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17th BIEN Congress: “Implementing a Basic Income”

September 25 - September 27

120€

BIEN’s 2017 congress will discuss the different aspects of the politics of a basic income under the general theme: Implementing a Basic Income.

Invited keynote speakers include Evelyn L. Forget (Manitoba, Canada), Elizabeth Rhodes (California, USA), Sara Bizarro (Portugal), Louise Haagh (United Kingdom), Ingrid Robeyns (The Netherlands), Philippe van Parijs (Belgium), Joe Houston (New York, USA), Jurgen De Wispelaere (Finland), Guy Standing (United Kingdom), and Yanis Varoufakis (Greece).

See the Call for Papers and Proposals on BIEN’s website for more information.

Kate McFarland

About Kate McFarland

Kate McFarland has written 36 articles.

I was a statistician, then a philosopher, then a journalist for a certain Basic Income News, and I have never been the sort to wed myself to any specific position or career path. (I have always chosen to remain in the precariat for this reason: my sense of duty is strong enough that I’d risk imperiling my own self-development if I were to accept a permanent position.) If you want to learn more about what I’m about, and how I see my ideal roles in the basic income community going forth, read the “cover letter” of sorts that is my Patreon homepage (updated November 2017).

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Start:
September 25
End:
September 27
Cost:
120€
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Website:
http://basicincome.org/17th-bien-congress-portugal/

Venue

Portuguese National Parliament
Lisbon, Portugal + Google Map