Need for Roots
Need for Roots
This ancient text reveals a lost approach to economics thinking that we need to rediscover.
Truth and Citizenship
This Norah Fry lecture explores the conditions necessary for respecting disability rights.
The Need for Roots
A series highlighting ideas and practices that intentionally seek to co-create a world where everyone matters.
30 Years on Citizenship
This article and film reviews the work of Simon Duffy on the topic of citizenship.
Self-Directed Support and Citizenship
Simon Duffy argues that self-directed support is a tool for enhancing our citizenship.
The Challenge of Citizenship
A talk to mark the Launch of Values Into Action Scotland at the Scottish Parliament in 2007.
What is Citizen Network?
We are a global community working for a world where everyone matters.
Moving the Centre
The Centre for Welfare Reform is changing to become Citizen Network Research, this article explains why.
The Quiet Progress of the New Eugenics
Eugenics is now being legitimised through a mixture of policies including euthanasia, genetic testing and the…
Jack Pearpoint, Lynda Kahn and Cathy Hollands have recently updated the Inclusion Press website and are keen to share…
An Emancipatory Welfare State
A draft consultation paper setting out the arguments for a basic income for people with disabilities.
Love and Welfare
There is a spiritual tradition that has been forgotten, which offers us a more positive vision of the welfare state.
Political Literacy and Civic Thoughtfulness
Henry Tam describes the principles that must underpin any coherent and decent community and outlines the Synetopia…
Citizenship and the Welfare State
Exploring the role of citizenship in the definition and defence of the welfare state.
Veena Vasista explores the connections between individual internal change and the journey of creating political,…
The Relational Basis of Empowerment
Exploring how fundamental human attitudes underpin society's approach to empowering disabled people.
A paper which explores the theoretical foundations of personalisation.