messe-kalenderHeb je activiteiten over het basisinkomen of die met de invoering van het basisinkomen te maken hebben, laat het weten, dan kunnen we je in de kalender vermelden. Huiskamerbijeenkomsten, debatten, voorlichtingssessies, vergaderingen, besprekingen, teambijeenkomsten, etc in Nederland en Belgie: https://basisinkomen.net/obi/hier-kun-je-een-evenement-insturen/ Mag ook per email aan info€basisinkomen.net
sep
18
di
2018
Grundeinkommens-Verlosung – Basic Income to Win 1000€ per month for one year. @ Deutschland
sep 18 @ 19:00 – 20:00

On September 18 at 19:00 we’ll be giving away 10 Basic Incomes: 1000€ per month for one year.

You can participate in the raffle by signing up at www.mein-grundeinkommen.de and register for “Verlosung” to receive your winning number. The evening of the raffle will be broadcasted on social media channels such as Facebook, Instagram and Youtube:

Make sure to give us a like on Facebook to stay up to date about all Basic Income raffles in the future and sign up as so-called “Crowdhörnchen”on our website to participate in all future raffles automatically.
https://www.facebook.com/MeinGrundeinkommen/

“Mein Grundeinkommen” is a four-year-old German non-profit that crowdfunds and raffles off unconditional basic incomes of 1.000,- € a month. We are interested in finding out what happens if we, as a society, have the financial resources to focus on our life-goals rather than on existential needs. We would like to encourage people to trust each other more and indulge in more self-determination. We are taking the basic income discussion beyond academia and into our everyday experience.

For all questions, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]

and consult our FAQ → www.mein-grundeinkommen.de/projekt/fragen

Good luck!

Address: https://www.facebook.com/events/1803410453077621/

sep
20
vr
2019
Basic Income Café: Widening Horizons – Rotterdam (NL) @ Huis der Zotheid
sep 20 @ 17:00 – 19:00

Widening horizons
by mining the wealth of creative thinkers: to seize the empowering potentials of the digital age with artists as precursors and basic income as the means.

To present and introduce the book and have talk with Vivian Storlund from Finland, we have a pleasure to have Alexander de Roo  (chair of the Dutch Society for Basic Income -Vereniging Basisinkomen) and Bjorn de Leeuw.

The creative sector has to a great extent overtaken industrial production as an economic driver in advanced economies. There is a new world on the internet forming new communities of interest as well as creating a new economy, the platform economy. Notwithstanding, working life continues to be regulated according to the industrial rationale with full-time, long-term employment. A consequence of this is that many persons are deprived of the legal protection labour legislation and collective agreements are intended to provide. This has led to a growing precariat. Those who do not have such ‘standard employment’ can often face Kafka-like situations being disciplined in multiple ways. This is a situation in which artists have long-standing experience.

To cite the Maltese cultural activist Narcy Calamatta: Goldoni died destitute in Paris a day before the revolutionary forces gave him a pension, Caravaggio died destitute on the streets of Porto Ercole, Mozart died burdened with debts, Molière was buried in unconsecrated ground. What can we do to reverse this status?, Calamatta asks.

We need to update our mental software to recognise and remove both theoretical and legal shackles so that we can seize the great opportunities the digital age offers. Artists can act as precursors in this exercise and basic income as a means to ensure that everybody can live a life as an active citizen.

ISBN 9781718064508, available at Amazon.com

https://www.vivanstorlund.com/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexanderderoo
https://www.linkedin.com/in/bjorn-de-leeuw