When discussing basic income it is easy to get lost in ideological and political discussion, or economics on a macro scale, forgetting the most important factor: people’s daily lives. Here we have an exclusive, honest and detailed account from someone who has participated in a basic income pilot, and the ways in which it impacted his life.
Why don’t people spend time on their true passions? Here Alyona argues that, by providing a safety net for people in precarious employment and those on the brink of poverty, a basic income would allow people to invest time in their skills and talents. Alyona Rogozhkina Happiness architect, Founder of the happiness at work project Sonas. … Read moreCreating Better Working Days
I work in a busy, urban hospital in Canada. People come to our Emergency Department and Clinics because they suffer workplace accidents, or family violence, or flare-ups of chronic conditions. They are our patients because they live in inadequate housing, and eat poor diets, and work at brutish jobs if they are fortunate enough to … Read moreHealth, Poverty and Basic Income