Stronger economic support for individuals, workers and families
The crisis is creating dangerous new clusters of economic insecurity – people worried about money now or in the future.
But it has also seen an unprecedented response from the Government (particularly through the job retention ‘furlough’ scheme) trade unions, employers, civil society, and communities.
The RSA is exploring how use the recovery to create a new ‘social contract’ where individual, workers, and families can expect good work and financial security.
Universal Basic Income most benefits self-employed workers earning beneath £20,000