Canada is launching an experiment that will give 4,000 people free money until 2020
Two regions of the city of Ontario will begin the social experiment, with a third joining in autumn.
The second CBINS meeting was another sell out, held in the beautiful new Kelty Community Centre on Saturday 28th January. A central focus was Fife Council’s intention to carry out a local pilot in a small central/West Fife village in the next three years. One of the aims of this meeting was to open up discussion early on, to flag up perceived benefits and potential pitfalls. It felt like a real treat to be sitting listening to political philosopher Professor Karl Widerquist as he set the scene so passionately. We are the only species alive he said, who don’t have direct access to the resources to fulfil our basic needs of food, shelter and connection. Continue reading “Citizens Basic Income Network Scotland Fife Pilot Meeting”