Social Protection

What we know and what we don't know about universal basic income

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Trials show how universal basic income performs in both stable and volatile settings. Image: Unsplash/Edgar Chaparro

John Crowley
Chief of Research, Policy and Foresight, UNESCO
Iulia Sevciuc
Lead, Inclusive Policies and Data-Driven Policy Change, UNESCO
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