Digitalisation

Research in the area of digitisation looks at how technology can provide conditions for sustainable growth and could grant open access to resources, information, and knowledge. But it also looks at how these developments could also significantly impact humanity and alter the very question of what it means to be human and how we engage in dialogue.  


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Fragments of an ecology of care: Basic income beyond the nation-state

The present paper proposes the creation of a basic income system that is constituted outside of and beyond the realm of the nation-state, as a means of changing humanity’s...

Unconditional basic income and cryptocurrencies

Topics: Digitalization |
As Basic Income activists, we all know why we support Unconditional/Universal Basic Income (UBI). I do it not only because I hope for a world with more personal freedom,...

Experts on topic

Jens Wendland
Jens Wendland
Foreign Professor, Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University; Professor, University of Arts, Berlin
Ji Deqiang
Ji Deqiang
Associate Professor; The National Centre for Radio and Television Studies, Communication University of China, Beijing, China
Daya Thussu
Daya Thussu
Professor of International Communication and Co-Director of the India Media Centre at the University of Westminster in London
Nikita Konopaltsev
Nikita Konopaltsev
Senior Researcher, DOC Research Institute
Mikhail Rykhtik
Mikhail Rykhtik
Professor, Chair, Department of Theory of Politics, Deputy Dean for International Activities, School of International Studies, University of Nizhniy Novgorod, Deputy Director, NPO-Center (since 2004).

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