Events

Austria/ Vienna: International Symposium “From a compensatory to an emancipatory social policy in Europe“

International Symposium “From a compensatory to an emancipatory social policy in Europe“

Venue: Haus der Europäischen Union, 1010 Wien, Wipplingerstraße 35

Presentation „Minimum income systems: Overview and trends of development – a comparison inside the EU“ – Marcel Fink, University of Vienna

Presentation „Perspectives of a basic income in Europe“ – Ronald Blaschke, Netzwerk Grundeinkommen Deutschland (Basic Income Network Germany) Discussion and additions from other countries

Country teams – situation, discussion Basic Income and possible steps to an basic income in the countries of Europe. Presentation by the country teams Discussion on the assessment of situation with representatives of the EU-Parliament

Presentation „Citizens Initiative. Chances and limits for more Democracy“
MEP Gerald Häfner

Presentation „European Citizens Initiative for a Basic Income in Europe“
Klaus Sambor, Network Basic Income – BIEN Austria

Organized by:
Internationaler Runder Tisch Grundeinkommen (BI networks in Austria, Germany, Swizzerland, Italy); Attac (BI-groups in Austria and Germany)

For further information please contact: grundeinkommen@ksoe.at

Presentation of new books on BI in Vienna/Austria

Monday, October 17th,2011, 13-17

Library of ÖFSE (Austrian Research Foundation for International Development), C3 – Centrum für Internationale Entwicklung, Alois-Wagner Saal, 1090 Wien, Sensengasse 3 http://www.centrum3.at

Bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen – woher, wozu und wohin?
Werner Rätz, Hardy Krampertz. AG SPAK Bücher 2011
Presentation by W. Rätz and H. Krampertz in German

The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class“
Guy Standing. Bloomsbury Academic Research 2011
Presentation by G. Standing in English

Exhibition on Basic Income

Details (in German): www.grundeinkommen.at

Please register at: Karin Grabovsky, k.grabovsky@oefse.at

Organized by
Netzwerk Grundeinkommen und sozialer Zusammenhalt – B.I.E.N. Austria in cooperation with Library of ÖFSE (Austrian Research Foundation for International Development)

For further information: Agenda Symposium 2011 (PDF-download)

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