Investment in public services is an investment in social infrastructure
Universal basic services could offer a new way of meeting needs
Paying for public services should be treated as investment in infrastructure
Anna Coote writes for Times Red Box
Universal basic income: new study finds little evidence that it can live up to its promise
Research reviews 16 projects across the globe
Health as a Social Movement: Theory into Practice
Six vanguard sites across the UK are working to transform their communities
There are fairer ways to spread prosperity than universal basic income
Better alternatives include universal public services and a minimum income guarantee
Are universal public services the answer to Europe’s widening inequalities?
New study suggests that extending public services would combat rising inequality and strengthen social cohesion.
The people, the commons and the public realm
How can we take control of the resources we need to survive?