The Social Prosperity Network published the UK's first report on Universal Basic Services in October 2017.
The proposal for ‘Universal Basic Services’ represents an affordable alternative to a so-called ‘citizens’ income’ advocated by some economists, according to the expert authors working for the Institute for Global Prosperity.
“If we are to increase cohesion, the sense that we are ‘all in it together’, we must act where we can have the greatest impact and that is on the cost of basic living.”
Professor Henrietta L. Moore, Founder and Director of the Institute for Global Prosperity
This working paper explores the London Prosperity Index survey data through an ethnicity lens and provides some preliminary findings conc...