Simon Duffy, building on his work with Jim Elder-Woodward, outlines the case for using basic income principles to reform disability benefits.
These slides will form part of a presentation at Inclusion Europe's conference: Europe in Action taking place in Vilnius in June 2019.
The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
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Existing health research demonstrates why basic income will have very positive health impacts and why welfare conditionality is harmful.
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