UNITED STATES: Panel Discussion on Basic Income in San Francisco, April 21

On Thursday, April 21, the Universal Income Project will host a panel discussion entitled “Care and Cash: Universal Basic Income and Social Services in the Bay Area,” to be held at Impact Hub in San Francisco.

According to the event description, the panel “will feature experts from a variety of different social service sectors to discuss how Basic Income could affect the communities they work with, what factors are most important to consider about the program, and how it would compare to alternative models of assistance.”

The six panelists represent organizations including HandUp, Tipping Point Community, The Reset Foundation, Code for America, and Google.

The discussion will be recorded as well as streamed live. See the event page for updates and details.


Photo: San Francisco, 2015

Image Credit: Ken Walton via flickr

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