In Finland, income security is guaranteed to everyone.
The Finnish government launched a basic income experiment in 2017 in a bid to simplify its social security system and provide stronger incentives for finding work.
Up to 2000 people between 25-58 were chosen at random to participate in the trial. Watch this short video to find out how it works.
Host Ross Ashcroft talks with the anthropologist David Graeber about Batsh*t Construction, a trend that has gripped the world.
Unless we start calling the housing crisis by its real name: extreme land monopoly - we’ll end up with ever more loony solutions for what should be a basic human right.