Konference i Budapest 20.-21. november 2015

budapest-banner-ENI Budapest afholdes en international konference om basisindkomst 20.-21. november 2015, arrangeret af UBIE (Universal Basic Income Europe), under mottoet: “We Don’t Have Freedom Without Basic Income – UBI is the Inevitable Solution”.

Konferencens program:

First day, Friday 20 November,

Moderator: Judit Morva, droppa George, Daniel White

  • 09:30 registrationm Opening the conference, greeting
  • 10:15 to 10:20 Szentpéteri Gyorgyi, President – Unconditional Alapjövedelemért Association (Budapest)
  • 10:20 to 10:25 Barb Jacobson, President – UBIE, Coordinator – BI.UK (London)
  • 10:25 to 10:35, Daniel White, coordinator, consultant – UBIE and EU citizens’ initiative (Brussels)
    Lecture: Fighting alapjövedelemért the international scene: the role of BIEN and UBIE
  • 10:35 to 10:45 Barb Jacobson, President – UBIE, Coordinator – BI.UK (London)
    Lecture: Basic income and refugees in Europe
  • 10:45 to 11:00 Discussion

Freedom inequality

  • 11:00 to 11:40 Pogátsa Dr. Zoltán, professor, economist, sociologist, international political economy expert, Associate Professor – Today the Academy of Sciences, Hungarian (Hungary) – University of West Hungary, researcher
    Lecture: The role of wage policy in economic development
  • 11:40 to 12:20 Dr. Karl Widerquist, DDr. USA – Qatar University
    Lecture: Freedom inequality
  • 12:20 to 13:00 Discussion
  • 13:00 15:00 Lunch break

The lack of jobs, reduced working hours, pensions – Let’s face it!

  • 15:00. to 15:15 Johanna Laszlo, the Hungarian Anti-Poverty Network (Hungary)
    Lecture: Civil action worthy of living – the Hungarian Anti-Poverty Network Experiences
  • 15:15 to 15:35 Korózs Louis, politician, sociologist (Hungary)
    Lecture: The employees of poverty and its effects on society EGE evant
  • 15:35 to 15:45 Tamás Székely, Vice President – Chemical, Energy Workers’ Trade Union Federation of Hungarian and Rokonszakmákban (VDSZ), Hungarian Trade Unions Fabricness (Hungary)
    Lecture: v Subsistence minimum income
  • 15:45 to 16:00, Georgi Nedelchev, activist – UBIE (Bulgaria)
    Lecture: Situation in Bulgaria is introducing Fna
  • 16:00 to 16:20 Break

Unequal health and fna

  • 16:20 to 16:26 Film screening: Unequal health and fna – Dr. Anna Rieddel (Kanada) interviewed Enno Schmidt (The film is subtitled Hungarian)
  • 16:30 to 14:40 Matthias Benyik , Chairman – Attac Hungary (Hungary)
    Lecture: Workplace deficiency; Reduced working hours
  • 16.40 to 16:55 Margareta Steinrücke, spokesperson – German Workers’ Chamber (Germany)
    Lecture: The introduction of the 30 hour working week in Europe – Crisis Solution shortened working hours
  • 16:55 to 17:40 Discussion

The second day, November 21, Saturday

Moderators: Rocky Alexandra George droppa, Daniel White

The dissidents – FNA models in the world; Sustainability – not growth

  • 10:00 to 10:20 Tordai Bence, a sociologist, economist and politician, Executive Vice President – Renewable Foundation Hungary (Hungary)
    Lecture: Are basic – basic income proposal of the Ministry of Finance and the introduction of home-heating options
  • 10:20 to 11:00 Gabriel Christmas, engineer, aktivista- DANUBKA – A new political movement Company (Slovakia)
    Lecture: basic income as part of the new social and economic-benefit system
  • 11:00 to 11:20 Klaus Sambor, activist – Attac Austria (Austria)
    Lecture: Austria national and international models of financing strategic plans
  • 11.20-11-40 Discussion
  • 11:40 to 12:00 Break
  • 12:00 to 12:20 Adriaan Plancen, treasurer – UBIE Treasurer and President of the Dutch UBI(Netherlands)
    Lecture: The (unconditional) idea of ​​a basic income is all about. The fungal reproduction BAMO Dutch-Fna ideas advantages / disadvantages.
  • 12:20 to 12:40 Brancaglione Marcus, co-founder – Re-Civitas Institute (Brazil)Lecture: The Pioneers of change in Brazil. Re-Fna Civitas project
  • 12:40 to 13:00 Liegey Vincent, an engineer, a non-independent growth interdisciplinary researcher (France)Lecture: The fna springboard towards sustainability and the growth is not desirable
  • 13:00 to 13:30 Discussion
  • 13:30 to 14:45 Lunch Break

Future research – megatrend

  • 14:45 to 15:00 Dr. Tibor Nemeth , an economist, a financial economist (Hungary)
    Lecture: Population, growth, employment up close, at a distance; Or: “Let us see the wood for the trees”
  • 15:00 to 15:15 Dr. Alexandra Rocky ,ecological economists – Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary ‘Ma-)
    Lecture: Unconditional basic benefits as a means of redefining work in an economy based not on growth
  • 15:15 to 15:35 Discussion
  • 15:35 to 15:55 Break

The philosophy Fna – a paradigm shift
(Non-Fna, the introduction of an economic issue. The fna not a goal but a tool of knowledge and
towards people-centered society)

  • 15:55 to 16:15 John Tőzsér, professor of philosophy – Kaposvár University and Eötvös (Hungary)
    Gébert Judit, economists, researchers – University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics Tudo-many (Hungary)
    Lecture: Basic income vision
  • 16:15 to 16:25 Discussion
  • 16:25 to 16:40 Break
  • 16:40 to 17:20 Enno Schmidt, the dedicated Fna, the leading figure of the painter, president – Kulturimpuls Foundation (Switzerland)
    Lecture: introduction of basic income in Switzerland, and the human soul
  • 17:20  to 18:00 Discussion

SEE ALSO https://www.facebook.com/events/1627705930813263/

Se mere her: http://basicincome-europe.org/ubie/event/ubi-is-the-inevitable-solution-budapest-hungary-20-21-november-2015/

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