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What does basic social security in the 21st century mean, and how can it be designed? The overall project aims to develop a common European understanding, discussing policy proposals like basic income theories and experiments, as well as innovative ways to reform social security systems from a liberal perspective.
The future of social security sytems is moving European societies. Technological disruption, financing issues or the question of the effectiveness of existing systems are becoming increasingly important. This can be seen, for example, in an increased interest in unconditional basic income concepts or reform experiments carried out in Finland in recent years. Hence this “Ask me anything” workshop focuses on the ideas, implementation and results of the Basic Income Experiement in Finland. Signe Jauhiainen, who is Senior Researcher at KELA, the organization which organized the experiment, will share the results of the project with the participants.
Johannes Stolitzka, NEOS Lab
Daniel Kaddik, Executive Director, European Liberal Forum
Signe Jauhiainen, Senior Researcher, KELA
Dieter Feierabend, NEOS Lab