Heb 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. Insturen kan via http://basisinkomen.net/obi/hier-kun-je-een-evenement-insturen/

De aangegeven events worden kopen in ieder geval getoond op deze site http://basisinkomen.net en op http://basisinkomen.nl en op andere basisinkomenwebsites zoals http://week-van-het-basisinkomen.nl. als daar gelegenheid voor is.

Kijk voor je iets instuurt of het misschien al in de kalender hieronder of in de kalender op:
http://basisinkomen.net/obi/calendar/ staat.

apr
26
wo
Gratis geld voor iedereen. Een lezing over het basisinkomen @ The Green Office,
apr 26 @ 20:00 – 22:00

De jonge Nederlandse historicus Rutger Bregman schudt geregeld eens stevig aan de boom met originele en gedurfde stellingen. Hij publiceert regelmatig op de eigenzinnige nieuwssite www.decorrespondent.nl, en zijn ideeën worden ook in Vlaanderen gretig opgepikt.
In 2014 zorgde hij voor enige deining in het debat over basisinkomen, met zijn boek Gratis geld voor iedereen. Sindsdien is de discussie over het basisinkomen niet meer verdwenen.
Guy Hendrix, Leuvens econoom, zal de ideeën van Bregman hierover helder samenvatten, aan de hand van een selectie uit zijn werk. Geen saaie powerpoint met vijf bulletpoints en een paar slagwoorden, maar een ernstige lezing van de oorspronkelijke argumenten. We lezen samen de belangrijkste passages, en daarna is er uiteraard ruimte voor discussie en uitwisseling, met kennis van zaken.
Organisatie CEO, centrum voor economische ongehoorzaamheid i.s.m. Oikos
http://www.oikos.be/denktank/evenementen-denktank/76-gratis-geld-voor-iedereen-een-lezing-over-het-basisinkomen
 

mei
1
ma
May 1st is Basic Income Day @ Worldwide
mei 1 hele dag

Labor Day should not be about demanding ‘more jobs’ or higher wages. Labor Day should be about struggling for the emancipation from unnecessary labor, unchosen labor, exploited labor. It should be a celebration for reducing working hours, getting more leisure time, more freedom outside of the market forces.
What would you do with a monthly paycheck, separate and in addition to any info paycheck, earned for nothing other than citizenship and sufficient to cover your most basic needs? That’s basic income, and that’s what today should be about.
 
More info in different lanquages: http://basicincomeday.org

mei
3
wo
UK: Professor Guy Standing: Corruption of Capitalism
mei 3 @ 14:00 – 16:00

On May 3, the York Union is hosting a public lecture by BIEN cofounder Guy Standing, who will talk about themes from his 2016 book The Corruption of Capitalism.
More information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/professor-guy-standing-corruption-of-capitalism-tickets-33329584685

mei
7
zo
ALV Vereniging Basisinkomen @ EMMA Centrum
mei 7 @ 13:00 – 17:00
ALV Vereniging Basisinkomen @ EMMA Centrum

Algemene Ledenvergadering van de Vereniging Basisinkomen
 
Agenda Jaarvergadering VBi 7 mei 2017
Locatie: EMMA Centrum
(Cremerstraat 245/247, 3532 BJ Utrecht, 030 – 293 87 17)
zondags vrij parkeren in de buurt
Tijd: inloop vanaf 12.30. Start: 13 uur.
I  Zakelijk gedeelte

Mededelingen

i) acties vanaf de jaarvergadering
ii) nabespreken uitslag verkiezingen/ filmpje, etc
iii) reken app
iv) Muntstickers

Notulen van de Algemene Ledenvergadering van 22 mei 2016
Jaarverslag 2016

i) Ledenaantal op 7 mei 2017: 648
ii) Opgezegd sinds 17 mei 2016:
iii) Overleden sinds 17 mei 2016:

financieel jaarverslag/balans/staat van baten en lasten
kascommissie: Meindert Brunia en Jan Maarten Fernig
Samenstelling bestuur
Hilde Latour en Els Roumen zullen het bestuur komen versterken als respectievelijk Secretaris Internationaal en tweede secretaris. (zie s.v.p. de betreffende bijlage voor meer gegevens over hen.)
In onze ogen hebben we nog behoefte aan een iemand die nauw betrokken is bij onze website, iemand die de PR een boost kan geven, een fondsenwerver en een juridisch medewerker.
voorbereiding basisinkomenweek (derde week van september)

II Inhoudelijk gedeelte

Inleiding door Sjir Hoeijmakers
Basisinkomen experiment en in binnen- en buitenland

mei
8
ma
LONDON, UK: Basic Income: And How We Can Make It Happen
mei 8 @ 20:30 – 22:00

BIEN co-founder Guy Standing (Professorial Research Associate at SOAS) has written a new introduction to basic income, Basic Income: And How We Can Make It Happen, which will be published by Pelican Books on May 4, 2017.
Guy Standing has been at the forefront of thought about Basic Income for the past thirty years, and in this book he covers in authoritative detail its effects on the economy, poverty, work and labour; dissects and disproves the standard arguments against Basic Income; explains what we can learn from pilots across the world and illustrates exactly why a Basic Income has now become such an urgent necessity.
A launch event will be held at the London School of Economics (LSE) on May 8, hosted by LSE’s International Inequalities Institute.

mei
11
do
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND: Ailsa McKay Memorial Lecture by Philippe Van Parijs
mei 11 @ 19:00 – 21:30

BIEN co-founder Philippe Van Parijs (Université catholique de Louvain) will deliver the second annual Ailsa McKay Memorial Lecture at Glasgow Caledonian University on May 11, 2017.
Van Parijs’s lecture is titled “Basic Income: A radical proposal for a free society and a sane economy” following his latest book.
The event will be opened by Maggie Chapman, co-convener of the Scottish Green Party, and will be followed by a drinks reception.
Register on Eventbrite.

mei
24
wo
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND: Universal Basic Income, A Woman’s Perspective
mei 24 @ 20:00 – mei 25 @ 00:00

Open to all (not just women), this event will present feminist perspectives on basic income — featuring speakers Annie Miller (Citizens Basic Income Network Scotland), Jen Broadhurst (Glasgow Calladonian University), and Zara Kitson (Scottish Greens), as well as a spoken word performance by Elaine Gallagher, live music from Sev Ka, and a live presentation from Rebecca L W.
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1607041232654520/.

jun
16
vr
North American Basic Income Guarantee (NABIG) Congress
jun 16 – jun 17 hele dag

The 2017 North American Basic Income Guarantee (NABIG) Congress, co-organized by the US Basic Income Guarantee (USBIG) Network and the Basic Income Canada Network,will convene at:
The Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College
2180 Third Ave.
New York, NY 10035
June 16-18, 2017,
With a special event June 15 at Roosevelt House, 47-49 East 65th St.
Papers, panel discussions, roundtables, strategy sessions, and events of other kinds related to basic income are encouraged. Activists in particular are encouraged to propose events in and around the congress, in the evenings for example. Send your proposal, no more than 500 words, to Kate McFarland (mcfarland.309@osu.edu) by February 1, 2017.
Photo: Hunter College Station, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 maxxum

jul
13
do
“Philosophical Ideas for a Brave New World of Work”
jul 13 – jul 14 hele dag

The University of Minho’s 2017 Summer School in Political Philosophy & Public Policy, which has been scheduled for July 13-15, will center on the theme “Philosophical Ideas for a Brave New World of Work”. As stated in the official event description, “In this summer school we will discuss insights emerging from philosophical reflection on the changing nature of work and think about normative principles guiding the future organization and allocation of work and its benefits and burdens.”
While the event is not a basic income conference per se, its theme is likely to interest many basic income supporters, given the tight connection between contemporary basic income movements and concerns about automation, trends toward precarious employment arrangements, and other changes in the nature of work. Furthermore, interested participants may submit proposals related to basic income, provided that the submission is relevant to the philosophy of work.
The Summer School’s keynote speakers will be Ruth Yeoman (Research Fellow at Oxford) and Lucas Stanczyk (currently research fellow at Brown University, joining the faculty of philosophy at Harvard University in 2017). Yeoman will address questions such as “What is work? Why is meaningful work important? How can we organize work to promote meaningfulness? Is there a right to meaningful work?” She’ll draw upon her extensive previous scholarship on the topic, such as her 2014 book Meaningful Work and Workplace Democracy. Stanczyk will discuss issues related to the question of how much labor a society can reasonably expect from each individual — the theme of his new manuscript, From Each: A Theory of Productive Justice.
The Minho Summer School has been held annually since 2010, focusing each year on a different topic in the intersection of political theory, philosophy, and public policy. Notably, the 2013 summer school was dedicated to basic income.
The 2017 conference is being organized by Jurgen De Wispelaere (University of Tampere), James Hickson (University of York), and Roberto Merrill (University of Minho). Both Jurgen and Roberto are key figures in the basic income movement. Jurgen has frequently published on basic income in leading journals, and has delivered many lectures on the topic (including in university courses on basic income). Roberto is a leading spokesperson for the basic income movement in Portugal and is currently coordinating the 2017 BIEN Congress in Lisbon.
For more information about the 2017 Minho Summer School, including information about registration and submitting a proposal (due May 20, 2017), seefutureofworkschool.weebly.com.
Statue of Prometheus at Universidade do Minho CC BY-SA 2.0 Martin aka Maha

sep
18
ma
10th international Basic Income Week – 18-24 sept 2017 @ worldwide
sep 18 – sep 24 hele dag

The 10th international Basic Income Week will be held from 25th until 30th of september 2017.
 
For all information and acivities, go to the international website http://basicincomeweek.org/calendar/