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Launch of French-language Basic Income newspaper ‘L’inconditionnel’

The new Basic Income newspaper, ‘L’inconditionnel‘ has been officially launched with two launch parties in Brussels and Paris, on the 9th and 12th of December, respectively.

The newspaper, which is free of charge, was funded via French crowd-funding site where it made its goal of €12,000, enough for the first run of 60,000 copies. It aims to ‘explore the different facets of the idea of an Unconditional Basic Income’ through in-depth articles and interviews as well as art and literary writings.

The newspaper is currently available across France and Belgium and one location in Portugal. The paper will also be available online and in Switzerland.

For more information, see:

Language: French
Stanislas Jourdan, “Soirée de lancement de L’inconditionnel à Paris [Launch party for L’inconditionnel in Paris]”, L’inconditionnel, 5 December 2014

Language: French
Stanislas Jourdan, “Soirée de lancement de L’inconditionnel à Bruxelles [Launch party for L’inconditionnel in Brussels]”, L’inconditionnel, 2 December 2014

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