What does a basic income program need to look like to ensure that it genuinely helps women and gender-diverse people?
With “Beyond the Basic: The Opportunities and Risks of a Basic Income”, LEAF launched two new reports – “Basic Income, Gender & Disability” and “Basic Income & The Care Economy” – and explored what a basic income means for economic gender equality.
Dr. Sally A. Kimpson and Cee Strauss discussed the findings in their reports. They were then joined by Isabel Daniels and Shalini Konanur to understand whether a basic income is right for this moment in the struggle for gender justice. Devorah Kobluk moderated the conversation.
You can watch a recording of the panel discussion below.