We’re out of money and forgotten The voice of the self-employed

Yesterday we published our response to the measures the government announced to support self-employed workers during the Covid-19 crisis. But more than simply giving our analysis of the situation, we wanted to reach out and hear from self-employed workers about their experiences, and give a voice and platform to a group often marginalised and forgotten. … Read moreWe’re out of money and forgotten The voice of the self-employed

Basic Income and mental health: the importance of lived experience

This Wednesday, 25th September, we’re hosting an Edinburgh meet-up focusing on Basic Income and mental health. Our speaker for this meet-up will be Lily Asch, founder of Real Talk, a social enterprise dedicated to storytelling for mental wellbeing. We thought that made for a good opportunity to reflect on the things that discussions about mental … Read moreBasic Income and mental health: the importance of lived experience

Basic Income fulfils our need for creativity, community and connectedness

Basic Income can rebuild connectedness

Chris Grant explains how becoming a leader at work and a parent at home made him realise why we all need a Basic Income to realise our full potential.

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