UNITED KINGDOM: National Union of Students Women’s Campaign adopts Universal Basic Income calling it ‘an extremely important feminist issue’
The Women’s Campaign of the UK’s National Union of Students has adopted Universal Basic Income, resolving to ‘widely publicise the societal need for a Universal Basic Income’ and make it ‘a priority in 2015-2016 for NUS Women’s Campaign’, calling it ‘a very important feminist issue’.
The policy was adopted as Motion 302 at the 2015 NUS Women Conference which took place at Solihull, England on the 24 – 26 March.
The NUS Women’s Campaign is an autonomous campaign within the National Union of Students which campaigns on women’s issues.
For more information, see:
NUS Women’s Campaign, “Motions and Amendments”, NUS Women’s Campaign, 24 – 26 March 2015