LET’S CHAT BASIC INCOME FOR HEALTH!

Date: June 7, 2019

Time: 10:00-3:30

Location:  
Moncton Wesleyan Church 
945 St George Blvd, Moncton, New Brunswick

The correlation between income and health is well-known. In recent years, research has demonstrated the strength of this relationship; with each step up the income ladder, health status improves. In recent years, there has been a renewed focus on a potential Basic Income Guarantee in Canada with particular attention given to how such a policy could impact population health and reduce poverty. Like all policies, there are different perspectives to explore and consider. We want to facilitate a conversation!

Join us for an interactive day to learn more about a Basic Income Guarantee and its potential impacts on health.  This event has been designed to engage, starting with a learning journey called the BIG Experience; a multimedia storytelling experience designed to help audience members understand and relate to the idea of a basic income https://www.bigexperience.org/. This experience will include a guided meditation, a screening of a documentary on the Mincome experiment, and facilitated discussions. This will be followed by a discussion on the impacts of automation on employment & health. The day will conclude with a workshop that explores potential Basic Income policies in the context of New Brunswick and PEI.

This event is for anyone who wishes to participate in a conversation about building an economy that meets the basic needs of everyone. All that is required to attend is your own life experience and a willingness to be open and creative. Lunch will be provided. There is no fee to attend, please register at the link below by May 1st, 2019. 

Program: Let’s Chat Basic Income and Health! 

Register Here:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lets-chat-basic-income-for-health-tickets-5836901028

Brought to you by:

PEI working Group for Livable Income

Lets Chat Basic Income and Health Workshop Report http://www.nbpeipublichealth.ca/uploads/8/1/6/0/81605148/lets_chat_basic_income_and_health_workshop_report.pdf