17.10.2018
Basic Income: Insights from Finland

As the Finnish experiment draws to a close, social policy expert Heikki Hiilamo explains what’s next for basic income in Finland.

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24.09.2018
Peace, Politics and Green Possibilities in South Korea

An interview with the Korean Green co-chair on progressive struggles, prospects, and politics in Northeast Asia.

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18.01.2018
Baby Steps on the Road to a Basic Income

Various Dutch cities have started basic income experiments. But restrictions from central government are making some veer from the founding principle. How will it play out?

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30.10.2017
Job-Robbing Robots

The impact of robotisation and artificial intelligence on jobs and work will be huge, so why are politicians not talking about it, let alone planning for it? An interview with Tiffany Blandin by Benjamin Joyeux.

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06.06.2017
From the European Pillar of Social Rights to the Euro-Dividend: Choosing an Ambitious Social Europe

A renewed look at the EU’s social role means it’s time to consider a European-wide basic income.

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01.03.2017
Flawed but Worth it: The Finnish Basic Income Experiment

Finland has just launched a basic income experiment. How is it different to other models. A critical yet hopeful look at its design & purpose.

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26.02.2014
Success or Failure? A Discussion of the Outcome of the ECI Unconditional Basic Income in Germany

Success or failure? That is the question supporters in Germany of an Unconditional Basic Income have to ask themselves following the end, on 14 January, of the European Citizens’ Initiative, which for technical reasons did not quite run for a full year.

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01.12.2012
Next challenges for the European Greens

In the 2009 European Parliament elections, the Green Group of MEPs won 13 more seats to become the 4th largest group. However when the European Parliament faces elections again in 2014, the political environmental will be vastly different. How to the Greens repeat their success of 2009 in such a situation? The Green European Journal talks to European Green Party Co-Chair Reinhard Bütikofer about his plans.

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