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8
Dec
2017
 
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
 
Naamsestraat 69
Leuven, 3000 Belgium
Leuven

In the context of our transnational project around basic income we will host a panel debate on 08 December 2018 in Leuven, with the support of the Federation of Young European Greens.

This event is a part of our transnational project, which aspires to contribute to the discussion on basic income and aims to further explore social and fair solutions to increasing inequality within the European societies.

Debate in Leuven

This debate will provide new perspectives on how basic income could be organised on European level. We will gather relevant experts from different parts of Europe to share insights and research possibilities for basic income in different parts of Europe, with a special focus on the youth.  Furthermore, we will discuss different models of basic income and how they can affect society on economic, social, environmental and feminist levels.

The list of panelists includes:

  • Irina Studhalter, Member of Swiss young Greens, local councilor and part of the GEF Basic Income expert group (Switzerland);
  • Simo Raittila, Member of the party council of the Finnish Greens Vihreät – De Gröna, researcher (Finland);
  • Cinta Gonzalez Sentis, Member of Catalan Young Greens (Catalonia).

The debate will be moderated by Predrag Momčilović, FYEG Executive Committee member and part of the GEF Basic Income expert group (Serbia).

For more information to attend the event, send an email to project.manager@fyeg.org.

Address
 
Naamsestraat 69
Leuven, 3000 Belgium