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COPENHAGEN: Seminar on Basic Income and the Future of Labor

March 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+2

BIEN co-founder Philippe Van Parijs will be presenting a paper on basic income at Christiansborg (the Danish parliament building) in Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 28, 2017.

Van Parijs’s talk will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Josephine Fock (Alternativet) on arguments for basic income, Otto Brøns-Petersen (CEPOS) on liberal economic perspective on basic income, and Ditte Brasso Sørensen (University of Copenhagen, Department of Political Science) on the welfare state’s criticism of basic income.

The event has been organized by Theresa Scavenius (University of Copenhagen, Department of Political Science) in collaboration with the Danish Social Liberal Party (Radikale Venstre) and the green political party The Alternative (Alternativet).

For more information (in Danish), see the event websites of Radikale Hovedstaden and Alternativet, and the event page on Facebook.

Registration deadline is March 26.

Kate McFarland

About Kate McFarland

Kate McFarland has written 36 articles.

Kate is semi-retired professional student, (former) philosopher of language, and freelance writer and researcher. She received a grant from the Economic Security Project in December 2016 in recognition of her work for Basic Income News. Despite her personally grounded critique of the monetization of volunteer labor, Kate is grateful for donations to her Patreon page, which help to support her continued work a freelance writer currently specializing in basic income. (Anonymous donations preferred to prevent both the encroachment of bias in her own work and the encroachment of transactional norms into her social relationships.)

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Date:
March 28
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1611371625557639/

Venue

Christiansborg Palace