Basic Income – Visions for a Brighter Future

på Chateau Neuf
fredag 5. april 2019
kl. 17:00
Pris: Gratis


What is the most important reform in our time?

The idea of a basic income is rapidly gaining traction. On the street, at university campuses, and in parliamentary backrooms, the idea of a Universal Basic Income (UBI) is emerging as a response to the economic, social and ecological challenges of the 21st century.
Join the discussion at the biggest basic income conference in Europe this year, hosted by Basic Income Earth Network Norway and the Norwegian Student Society.
Everyone welcome – conference fee is donation-based.


Thomas Hylland Eriksen (Professor of Anthropology, University of Oslo)
Andy Stern (Former president of Service Employees International Union)
Ingeborg Eliassen og Sven Egil Omdal (Authors of «Borgerlønn – Ideen som endrer spillet»)
James Bloodworth (Author of «Hired: Six Months Undercover in Low-Wage Britain»)
Lena Stark (Leader, Swedish Basic Income Party)
Guy Standing (Professor of Development Studies, SOAS, University of London)
Scott Santens (Basic Income communicator, founding member of the Economic Security Project)
Kalle Moene (Professor of Economics, University of Oslo)
Mathilde Fasting (Civita, political think-tank)


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Donation-based conference fee of minimum 10 kroner.

There may be spots for individual events availiable at entry, but this cannot be guaranteed.

Students, academics, politicians, workers, the employed, the unemployed – all are welcome!