Basic Income: How a Canadian Movement Could Change the World

Basic Income How a Canadian Movement Could Change the World Award winning journalist Roderick Benns spent nearly two years with one key purpose using advocacy journalism to get leaders across Canada talking about the potential of a basic income guarantee From

  • Title: Basic Income: How a Canadian Movement Could Change the World
  • Author: Roderick Benns
  • ISBN: 9781539056768
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • Award winning journalist Roderick Benns spent nearly two years with one key purpose using advocacy journalism to get leaders across Canada talking about the potential of a basic income guarantee From Federal Ministers, Senators, and Members of Parliament, to political party leaders, and mayors across Canada, Benns used his progressive news site, Leaders and Legacies, toAward winning journalist Roderick Benns spent nearly two years with one key purpose using advocacy journalism to get leaders across Canada talking about the potential of a basic income guarantee From Federal Ministers, Senators, and Members of Parliament, to political party leaders, and mayors across Canada, Benns used his progressive news site, Leaders and Legacies, to relentlessly interview as many leaders as possible to help agitate for basic income policy in Canada Here, in one collection, is every story and Q A that he personally wrote or conducted on basic income than 70,000 words of ideas, analysis, and reportage on one of the most important social policy questions of our time how should governments respond in a world of uncertain work and rising inequality

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    About “Roderick Benns

    • Roderick Benns

      Roderick Benns is the creator of the Leaders and Legacies series on Canada s Prime Ministers as teens, published by Fireside Publishing House This book series has captured national media attention for engaging youth in Canada s history Roderick spent nine years as Senior Writer for the Ontario Ministry of Education s Student Achievement Division As an award winning author and journalist, he has interviewed former Prime Ministers of Canada, Ministers, and Senators, and has written for The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and National Post Roderick is a sought after speaker on Canada s history and its leaders, and on Canada s social policy landscape His most recent book is Basic Income How a Canadian Movement Could Change the World He lives in Cambridge, Ontario.



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