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We have 4 membership levels:
  • Member (Free)
  • Patron - Bronze (£100)
  • Patron - Silver (£175)
  • Patron - Gold (£250)

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Sponsorship

 As a members’ organisation we are dependent on our members both corporate and individual to provide us with support both to maintain and to build our activities.

We price events to cover costs so we rely on other support to assist with the day to day running of the organisation.  Our target, to cover those costs, is c £20,000 per annum which allows us to maintain our activities and over time, to increase the scope of those activities.

Your support is both necessary and appreciated. For more information on corporate sponsorship either for Wales in London or for specific events contact walesinlondon@gmail.com

Can Universal Basic Income work for Wales?

Location : Bristows LLP, 100 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DH

Payable By : Credit Card

Start Date : Tue 20/11/2018 18:30
End Date : Tue 20/11/2018 21:30
Booking Email : walesinlondon@gmail.com

Price : £ 40

We think you might be interested in an upcoming Wales in London event we are holding in partnership with IWA and Cardiff University.

In a time when the fantasy of AI taking over basic human jobs is fast becoming a reality, is now the time to look for new ways to replace the current tax and benefits system.  Or should Universal Basic Income really be universal, and if so, can it work in Wales?

Following on from the success of last year’s economy debate “Why is Wales’ economic development struggling to keep up with its neighbours?”, the IWA, Cardiff University and Wales in London team come together for a second debate focusing on the economy in Wales.
 
Debate chaired by David Phillips, The Institute for Fiscal Studies  

Panellist:
Anna Coote, Principal Fellow, New Economics Foundation
Polly Mackenzie, Chief Executive, Demos
Calvin Jones, Deputy Dean for Public Value and External Relations, Cardiff University
Mark Hooper, Founder, Indycube

Tickets are £40 including drinks and canapes. 

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