Officials, experts in basic income, academics and those who work with care experienced young people, met in Cardiff to discuss the trial and under what circumstances it might be considered a success.
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This report provides an experimental design tool-kit for policymakers by drawing on past experiences of governments in OECD countries.
In February 2022, IPPO Cities convened their second policy roundtable. This online event explored innovative work being undertaken in tackling inequalities as part of cities’ pandemic recovery strategies. By Jeremy Williams
As Wales rolls out a £1,600 a month UBI trial, what do we know about making basic income schemes work?
The authors of IPPO’s forthcoming review of basic income experiments tell us why widening inequality keeps policymakers coming back to the UBI idea, time after time
The Welsh government is to trial a form of Basic Income as part of its COVID-19 recovery strategy. So how should it be designed?
A striking element of pandemic recovery planning in Wales has been the announcement of a Basic Income scheme. But what should this pilot look like – and does the suggested focus on care leavers need expanding?