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 in ieder geval getoond op deze site http://basisinkomen.net en op https://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.

sep
19
do
Basic Income Café – Den Haag (NL) @ The Grey Space in the Middle
sep 19 @ 17:00 – 18:00

It looks like the definition of work is changing. What happens when jobs become rapidly automated at the same time that more and more people become self-employed freelancers? Should we be creating jobs just to keep people busy so they too can earn a living? What happens if we secured income instead of jobs?
Basic Income Café (a project by Martina Huynh in collaboration with Manon van Hoeckel) wants to find out how the definition of work and income is changing in The Netherlands today. What kind of work do we value and why? Does the salary really reflect how much we appreciate someone’s work?
For that we are using the interactive installation (also called Basic Income Café), in which coffee is used as a metaphor to visualize the flow of money in two basic income economies. Your first cup of ‘basic income’ coffee is for free, for more you need to physically work (grind up some beans).
So come watch the coffee taxes flow, while experiencing economic models in new playful ways by drinking coffee!
At the opening, we have short presentations by:

Martina Huynh who will talk about Basic Income Café and the research behind the project – How is the topic of basic income being discussed at the moment?
Manon van Hoeckel who will share her findings of working with homeless youngsters in The Hague. What does it mean to be financially vulnerable today and how can design contribute to ease conversation between diverse groups of people?

Basic Income Café will be open three days a week from September 19 to December 19.
Experience and Discuss
Centraal in dit project staat het Basic Income Café, een interactieve installatie ontworpen door Martina Huynh. In deze installatie wordt koffie gebruikt als metafoor voor de geldstroom in twee alternatieve economieën.
Een belevenis an sich, een plek voor onderzoek en een gespreksstarter met als onderwerp het basisinkomen
 

http://martinahuynh.com/basic_income_cafe.html
Tijdens de opening zullen er korte presentaties gegeven worden door:

Martina Huynh – Hoe wordt er tegenwoordig gekeken naar het basisinkomen?
Manon van Hoeckel  -Hoe is het om financieel kwetsbaar te zijn? En hoe kan design een bijdrage leveren aan het vergemakkelijken van conversatie tussen verschillende groepen mensen?
Kom koffiedik kijken en praat mee over de toekomst van werk en inkomen!

Basic Income Café
 

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sep
20
vr
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
 
 
 

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