International Basic Income Week

internationalbasicincomeweeklogo8th-300x229Den 8. "International Basic Income Week” løber af stabelen fra d. 14. til d. 21. september 2015, med temaet "UBI - A Safety Net for Life". Målet er at skabe synlighed omkring og stimulere den offentlige debat omkring ubetinget basisindkomst. Der er planlagt arrangementer i en række lande, se hjemmesiden her: http://basicincomeweek.org/

BIEN Danmark deltager med følgende arrangementer:

Svendborg:
Lørdag d. 12. sept. kl. 10-14: Oplysningsmateriale på torvet.
Tirsdag d.15. sept. kl. 19.30 i Kino34, Møllergade 34 (Ribers Gård): Her vises film om basisindkomst som oplæg til debat.
Lørdag d. 19. sept. kl. 10-14: Oplysningsmateriale på torvet.
En dag i uge 38: Kronik i Fyns Amts Avis.

Kontaktperson vedr. aktiviteter i Svendborg: Helle Wisbech, hellewisbech@gmail.com, tlf. 21469026

Herning:
Mandag d. 14. september kl. 19-21.45: Debatmøde på Herning Bibliotek, Østergade 8, 1. sal. "UBI - et sikkerhedsnet for livet”. Vært: Dorte Kolding. Kontakt: sekretariat@basisindkomst.dk.

Odense:
Onsdag d. 16. september kl. 19-22: Debataften på Kulturmaskinen, Farvergården 7, Odense. Orientering om UBI og forsøg på opstart af lokalgruppe i Odense. Værter: Michael Husen og Mira Erik. Kontakt: sekretariat@basisindkomst.dk

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