Basic income

Articles discussing the concept of unconditional basic income (UBI)

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Jax Blunt

home educator, blogger, sometime geek, I have children, books, phones and lots of words in my head.

Scott Santens

New Orleans writer focused on the potential for human civilization to gets its act together in the 21st century. Moderator of /r/BasicIncome on Reddit.

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The Case for Hierarchy

a better way to organize our government and society

Kanoodling with the Enemy

agreeing with Job Guarantee advocates

What People Get Most Wrong About Unconditional Basic Income (UBI)

There’s a lot of misinformation out there about the idea of basic income (UBI). This article is meant to correct what people get most…

A Rights-Based Basic Income

When the topic of basic income arises, people often ask me: “Why should we pay people to do nothing?” We generally think that hard word…

The Zombification of Intellectual Property and the Tool That Could Finally Reform It

How IP-Funded Basic Income Could Enrich the Public Domain

Doug Ford Cancelled Ontario’s Basic Income Pilot Experiment Because It Was Working

Ontario should demand the completion of the OBIP experiment in the name of empirical evidence and human research ethics

The Ontario pilot makes it clear — people want basic income

“It makes me feel dignified, even when society didn’t see my dignity.”

What We Need to Truly Thrive: Democracy and Unconditional Basic Income

This is a speech I wrote for a keynote in Ireland for DemCon 2018.

One Thing to Build a More Open World: Unconditional Basic Income (UBI)

The video below was created for The Economist’s Open Future contest where everyone has one minute to change the world. This is my minute.

Basic Income is EASILY affordable.

Basic Income — a regular payment of money for every resident citizen, regardless of their circumstances, sufficient to pay for essentials.

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