Zwischen 18. und 21. August 2021 findet der Kongress des Basic Income Earth Networks (BIEN) statt. Im Zentrum des Kongresses steht die Frage, wie sich die Idee des Grundeinkommens realisieren lässt.

An dem englischsprachigen Kongress, der dieses Jahr virtuell über die Plattform Whova veranstaltet wird, nehmen die folgenden Mitglieder des FRIBIS und MitarbeiterInnen der Götz Werner Professur teil:

  1. August 2021
  • Valerija Korosec: UBI in Slovenia, from idea to reality. 11:45–13:05 Uhr (CEST)
  • Alexander Spermann: Basic Money plus Education Money as a partial UBI for Germany. 11:45–13:05 Uhr (CEST)
  • Enno Schmidt und Sarath Davala: Glimpses of life in the Care Economy. 13:30–14:45 Uhr (CEST)
  • Patrick Brown: Universal Basic Income As a ‘Real Peace Dividend’ for Post-Conflict Societies. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Bernhard Neumärker: The Net Basic Income: UBI in Times of Crisis. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Leon Hartmann: Universal Basic Income as a discursive space of the future. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Selvi Sachithanandam: “Idea to Reality – Basic Income in Post Conflict Sri Lanka”. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Diana Bashur: Why a Basic Income can be key to Peacebuilding. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Chloe Halpenny: #BasicIncomeBoughtMe: Mobilising basic income research using social media. 16:30–17:50 Uhr (CEST)
  • Diana Bashur: United Nations Development Programme: A roundtable on Basic Income. 18:00–19:15 Uhr (CEST)
  • Chloe Halpenny: Mobilising youth to make basic income a reality: A workshop on meaningful youth engagement in advocacy. 19:30–21:00 Uhr (CEST)
  • Julio Linares: Latin American Perspectives and Experiences. 19:30–21:00 Uhr (CEST)
  1. August 2021
  • Laura Brämswig: How to make UBI a political reality by means of direct democracy. 10:00–11:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Rejitha Nair: Legal concerns relating to UBI in India. 10:00–11:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Julio Linares: How has the Covid-19 pandemic affected policy-making and policy-discourse around UBI? Findings of a global survey. 10:00–11:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Valerija Korosec: Worldwide Potential Impacts of the ‘ECI-UBI 2020/21/22. Signature Collection Campaign’ to the UBI Movement. 10:00–11:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Malcolm Torry: Minimum Income Standards in the Basic Income debate. 10:00–11:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Malcolm Torry: Two questions on interpretations of BIEN’s definition of Basic Income. 11:45–13:05 Uhr (CEST)
  • Bernhard Neumärker und Bianca Blum: Globalization, Inequality, Environmental Damage and the Corona Pandemic – Lessons for Economic, Environmental and Social Policy. 11:45–13:05 Uhr (CEST)
  • Marcel Franke: Envy and blame in the UBI discussion. 11:45–13:05 Uhr (CEST)
  • Sarath Davala: Two questions on interpretations of BIEN’s definition of Basic Income. 11:45–13:05 Uhr (CEST)
  • Julio Linares: The Money of Basic Income: Towards Economic Democracy. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Patrick Brown: Learning from the CPPLG: How to set up a politicians’ network to support Basic Income. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Chloe Halpenny: Moving Canada’s political needle: Reflections from grassroots activists. 15:00–16:20 Uhr (CEST)
  • Milan Wenner: The narrative of technological unemployment: should it be used in order to argue for an UBI? 16:30–17:50 Uhr (CEST)
  • Julio Linares: Have Covid politics opened up UBI politics? Building on new survey findings to develop novel approaches to the politics of UBI. 16:30–17:50 Uhr (CEST)
  • Sascha Liebermann: Political Activism and BIG: International Experiences and Perspectives. 19:30–21:00 Uhr (CEST)

Weitere Informationen zum Kongress finden Sie hier.


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