Michael Opielka, Wolfgang Strengmann-Kuhn, The Green discussion on basic income in Germany – its development and current status, in GEF 2021, 58-63
Michael Opielka/Wolfgang Strengmann-Kuhn, The Green discussion on basic income in Germany – its development and current status, in: Green European Foundation (ed.), European Green Perspectives on Basic Income, Vol. II, August 2021. Editing and Publication Coordination: Hannes Mehrer, Luxembourg/Brussels: GEF 2021: 58-63
Michael Opielka and Wolfgang Strengmann-Kuhn, both members of the board ofthe supporting association of the ISÖ, the Sozialökologische Gesellschaft e.V., and have been involved in socio-economic research on basic income for years, outline in this article the basic income discussion in the party “Bündnis 90/Die Grünen” from the 1980s to the Future Laboratory Schleswig-Holstein and its reflection in party programs. The article appeared in a publication of the “Green European Foundation”,which since 2017 has been promoting a project on the European networking of political basic income initiatives, in which both authors participate: https://gef.eu/project/basic-income-european-public-debate/
You can find the publication of the GEF online: https://gef.eu/publication/european-green-perspectives-on-basic-income-vol-ii/ and here directly for download: Green European Foundation, EuropeanGreen Perspectives on Basic Income, Vol. II, August 2021.