‘Basic income’ trials planned for 11 areas

Eleven departments in different areas of France hope to begin a form of ‘universal basic income’ for locals – including newcomers – in the next few years.

‘Universal basic income’ (UBI) involves everyone receiving a sum deemed enough to cover es­sential needs.

It was a manifesto promise of Socialist presidential candidate Benoît Hamon last May – now a group of Socialist departmental council leaders have proposed a revised version. It comes after Presi­dent Macron said ...

To read the remaining 85% of this article, you need to either

Subscribe now to The Connexion and benefit from access to our archived articles since 2006

Freedom Subscription

Pay every three months. Our most flexible subscription.

Automatic renewal, cancel anytime

1 Year Subscription (12 editions)

1 year of great reading in print and online

Automatic renewal, cancel anytime

Digital Subscription (1 Year) (Our best value offer)

1 year of great reading online *no paper*

Automatic renewal, cancel anytime

Digital subscription (freedom - 3 months)

3 months of great reading online *no paper*

Automatic renewal, cancel anytime

More articles from French news
More articles from Connexion France
Other articles that may interest you

Loading some business profiles...

Loading some classifieds...