15 December 2017
Psychologists will be considering the merits of universal income at a free Psychology in the Café event held in Leicester on Monday 18 December from 4-6pm.
Universal basic income (UBI) is a policy idea that has been gaining significant traction worldwide, with limited rollouts to test its effectiveness now having been tried in a number of countries.
Dr Sally Zlotowitz, from the organisation Psychologists for Social Change, and Professor Rebecca Lawthom from Manchester Metropolitan University will be hosting a free event next Monday evening to consider the policy from a psychological perspective.
Held at The Belmont Hotel, just a short walk from Leicester station, this Psychology in the Café event is free and open to both British Psychological Society members and the general public.
Registration is required, with more details on both this and the event in general being available on the event page.