Wednesday, September 7, 2016


SPAIN: Daniel Raventós at University-held Basic Income debate (Sep 7)

Alicante Castle CC BY-NC 2.0 Francisco Martins
Economist Daniel Raventós — head of Red Renta Básica, BIEN’s Spanish affiliate — will be participating in a debate hosted by the College of Social Work at the University of Alicante. The debate, which will take place on September 7, concerns the topic of “social intervention beyond the basic income”.
Other participants include Maria Dolores Soler (President of the College),  Mercè Martínez (Director General of Social Services), and Angel Elias (Dean of the School of Labor Relations and Social Work at the University of the Basque Country).
For more information, and to learn about future events, see the event page on Red Renta Básica’s site.

Reviewed by André Coelho
Photo: Alicante Castle, CC BY-NC 2.0 Francisco Martins

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Kate is a member of BIEN's Executive Committee Basic Income News team. Before joining BIEN, she earned a PhD in philosophy from the Ohio State University (and a masters in statistics before that). She presently holds a part-time administrative position with OSU Philosophy, and she does a lot of unpaid work on behalf of the basic income movement. She's on Patreon (a participant in the BIG Patreon Creator Pledge) to help support her latter unpaid work. (You too can support her there!)

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