Back in grace for universal income? In the wake of the health crisis, universal income is once again the subject of much debate in the public sphere. Presented as an effective means of fighting against social inequalities, it is defended by different schools of thought and still raises many controversies.Recently tested in Finland, it is now being tested on targeted audiences in a dozen French departments. What is the topicality of Universal Income and what are the distinctions to be made between the different projects tested? What would be the impact on social protection? For the Ipse, Timothée Duverger, Associate Lecturer at the University of Bordeaux and Esteban Tinoco, Economist at the think-tank Policy Shift, discuss the different designs and experiments of Universal Income.