B-MINCOME Urban Innovative Actions
Combining guaranteed minimum income and active social policies in deprived urban areas.
Laura Colini is the EU UIA expert supporting Barcelona for B-MINCOME Urban Innovative Action.
The project is based on the City’s decision to implement a guaranteed minimum income (GMI) to supplement income in the most deprived and poor areas or the City. It is expected that 1,000 households will receive this minimum income on a trial basis. The implementation of the GMI among households in situations of poverty should also prompt a comparative analysis concerning the costs of policies aimed at fighting poverty, with the ultimate goal of developing more efficient welfare services. It is a new solution adapted to the new poverty related phenomena occurring in the City. The municipal GMI system will provide families with security, freedom and greater responsibility as a lever in overcoming poverty. The new strategy is based on new core elements: Testing several types of GMI; Combine GMI with integrated one-stop-shop public and private active policies and Strengthening inhabitant and community’s Initiative.
Download here form UIA website the 2nd report on the project
B-Mincome Urban Innovative Actions
The Praxis of planning in unequal cities at AESOP 2018
U-Rise master in Barcelona – UIA B-Mincome
B-Mincome Journal n. 1
B-Mincome Journal n.2
B-Mincome Journal n.3
B-Mincome Journal n.4
B-Mincome Journal n.5
Besòs - Barcelona