Break the System: “Direct Giving, Less Crime, Less Poverty” (Part#2)

Universal Basic Income

Her research also indicated a higher level of participation in schools, a reduction of crime by 36.5% and a reduction of poverty from 86% to 68%.

The findings within the village with universal basic income, as cited by Standing, show improvements in child nutrition, health for adults and children, school attendance, sanitation, economic activity, earned income (wages) and socioeconomic status of vulnerable populations such as women, the elderly and the disabled.

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