A small UBI trial in Finland has rendered very promising results.
Out of all the ideas to end global poverty, the simplest seems to also be more effective: governments just handing out money to people.
The new year kicked off with a historic pilot program in Finland.
After Utrecht, another Dutch town is joining the basic income social experiment to see whether receiving an unconditional sum of money each month will make society more productive or slacking
The city of Utrecht will start experimenting with a new concept that could revolutionize society as we know it: basic income. Unconditional basic income is a form of social security system in which all residents receive an unconditional sum of money, regardless of whether or not they have another source of income.