1st June: Basic Income for Sheffield?
This event is part of a project to make Universal Basic Income (UBI) a reality for the people of Sheffield, tackling injustice and advancing citizenship.
A Universal Basic Income has been proposed as a way of tackling issues including automation and zero-hours contracts. An embryonic model developed for Sheffield will be presented, critiqued and discussed with the audience.
On: Thursday Ist June
At: 7 - 9 pm
Venue: Quaker Meeting House, 10 St James Street, Sheffield S1 2EW
The event is part of Sheffield's annual Festival of Debate and is being hosted by Basic Income UK, Sheffield Equality Group and the Centre for Welfare Reform.
Places are free, please register to attend at:
Download a briefing paper for the event here.