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 the blurring of art and life – A Q&A with Toby Lloyd

Toby Lloyd is a Newcastle-based artist who’s currently working on a long term project about how art might be used to explore public attitudes towards work (paid and unpaid), how free time is valued and if Universal Basic Income could enable us to become more active citizens. One part of this project, called Between Eating … Read moreBasic Income and the blurring of art and life – A Q&A with Toby Lloyd

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.

The Changing World Of Work

The way we work is changing. From flexible working to the gig economy, many people choose not to work a standard working week or a decades-long career. After attending the “Brain Bar” conference, happiness architect Alyona Rogozhkina details how a Basic Income would better reflect current working patterns than the current system. Alyona Rogozhkina, Happiness … Read moreThe Changing World Of Work

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