This lecture sets out learning from the development of a range of innovative financial products and services designed to better meet the needs of people excluded from mainstream financial services and products.
This lecture discusses framing climate change and unsustainable development as health issues and how to engage policy-makers, politicians, the public and private sectors in this crucial issue.
How will a basic income affect the health of individuals, families and communities? Will reducing poverty have an impact on mental health? Will enhancing income security improve family wellbeing? How do communities change when their most marginalised members are guaranteed a basic income?