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6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join us for the latest in a series of webinars on Universal Basic Income – this one focusing on how to finance it, particularly from a Polish perspective.

About the Event:

In this fourth edition of our UBI webinar series, tackling both international and Polish questions and dimensions of the topic, we delve deeper into the question of how to finance a Universal Basic Income. What models exist, how do they differ, and what is the financial feasibility of this idea?


The Green European Foundation has been working and researching the topic of UBI for a few years as part of a transnational project involving many countries. This year, the project is entitled “CHANGE OF MINDSET. Civil society dialogue around UBI, social justice and climate impact”. The Polish Green Foundation “Strefa Zieleni” joined the project, recognising that it was time to start a public debate on this in Poland as well – not only on UBI itself but as part of a broader conversation: what social security system is best adapted to the needs and expectations of Polish society in times of great instability and turmoil?

This webinar series aims to foster that debate. We began with international webinars introducing the general concept of UBI, the European UBI, and the achievements of the GEF in promoting this debate, and we discussed UBI pilots in Europe and elsewhere. Then we narrowed down on the Polish perspective and prospects for implementation, which continues with this webinar on financing.


Prof. Monika Kostera – Professor of economy at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow

Rafał Woś – Economic journalist and opinion leader

Moderation and comments by Ewa Sufin-Jacquemart and Wojciech Kłosowski.


This webinar will take place in Polish. It is open to anyone, but please register and join using this link. 

We will use the Zoom video conferencing platform. It is recommended to join the webinar via a PC. You do not need to install additional software. However, for the best user experience and full participation features, we recommend installing the Zoom Desktop App, which is free.

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