If the government can guarantee citizens’ access to healthcare, housing, education and training, without regard to employment status, those citizens will be protected, even though they are not necessarily typically salaried workers.
Universal free social/aged care would only cost 0.1% GDP more than current government proposal.
Public Internet services in USA help bridge the digital divide
A civil society does not leave anyone behind with these needs and operates the solidarity that serves to ensure that everyone can meet them adequately.
At the core of any model of universal basic services is a moral and emotional reality that cannot be underestimated
It turns out the solution to homelessness is painfully simple and blindingly obvious: give homes to homeless people.
A lack of universal or adequate benefits is a major problem
Review of the RSA’s UBOF proposal for a pathway to UBI