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VIDEO: “Universal Basic Income: New Avenues in Social Welfare Policy” course lectures

As previously reported at Basic Income News, Finland’s University of Tampere held a course on basic income (“Universal Basic Income: New Avenues in Social Welfare Policy”) during autumn semester. This is the third course on basic income offered by the university since the autumn of 2015.

Lectures from the course were recorded and published online by Alusta!, the webzine of the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Tampere University. They are available to view on the “Universal Basic Income: New Avenues in Social Welfare Policy” YouTube playlist.

Photo (Tampere, Finland) CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Riku Kettunen

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