There are 652 resources from England.
How to create a Citizen Assembly
A guide to how citizen assemblies, juries and panels work
Work is Neighbourhood Business
UBI means we can respond to the Fourth Industrial Revolution by growing neighbourhood support for work.
Introducing Democratic Yorkshire
The project to develop a new vision for Yorkshire began at the 2022 Festival of Debate.
DWP on Trial
Neil Carpenter describes the price people with learning difficulties pay for the DWP's welfare reforms.
What do we hope for our children and could Yorkshire take back control of its own destiny?
UK Poverty Data in Graphics
Infographics showing how poverty is created by the unfairness of the UK tax-benefit system.
My Mental Health
Glyn explains how he manages the voices he hears and how, with help from his peers, he's turned his life around.
Open Letter on Regional Devolution
A letter to Gordon Brown's Commission on Regional Devolution calling for a Citizens' Assembly.
Self Directed Futures Training
Active learning and coaching from Self Directed Futures.
How to Make Control Work
How can we help people to take control in a system of self-directed support.
The Relationships Project shares the stories and experiences of young people in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hatty has paranoid schizophrenia and is 33 years old, this is her story of life now with personalised support.
Knowledge is Power - Planning
Laird Ryan explores how we can create real, organic and local alliances that make the best use of our energy.
Centralisation Meets Austerity
A detailed analysis of the impact of austerity on Local Spending in every local authority in England.
The Troubling Health and Care Bill
The Health and Care Bill is a means to undermine the NHS, this is a constitutional crisis.
Local Spending in England
A map of Local Spending and the impact of austerity in England.
Do Schools Enable Community?
Are schools actually helping us create better and stronger communities?
Homelessness in Sheffield since 2005
This article explores how levels of homelessness have changed in Sheffield since 2005.
Safe Space is the first ever Peer-Led Crisis Service and it's run by the People Focused Group (PFG) Doncaster.
Everyone in life is dealt a different card. Some have life easy, some have it hard.
We Are Not Service Users
People should not be defined by the services they use, services should not treat people as their property.
An Inclusive Multi-Media Campaign
Irwin Mitchell created a multi-media campaign that sets a new standard for inclusivity.
An overview of Individual Service Funds and how to personalise commissioning in health and social care.
Individual Service Fund Route Map
Self Directed Futures show how to shift control of health and social care into neighbourhoods.
Electric Cars, Sharing and Decarbonising
Further measures on car use must be taken now in order to meet the UK’s overall net zero emission target by 2030.
Problems with Universal Basic Services (UBS)
A response by Simon Duffy to Anna Coote's criticism of UBI.
David Zigmond on his new book and the importance of our search for meaning and community.
The Portland Inn Project
The Portland Inn Project CIC is a creative arts project for a community in Stoke On Trent.
Disability Benefits and Suicide
A Channel Four documentary has revealed the cruel nature of the UK's disability system.
A Dark Childhood
Claire Louise hopes her writing will help others reach out and get help.
An Interview with Lou Townson
Lou Townson talks about her experience as a leader and an advocate in the self-advocacy movement.
On Social Prescribing
Social prescribing can become used in ways that are insensitive to what people really need.
A structure to grow power in local neighbourhoods in partnership with formal civic structures.
Make Everyone a Policy Maker
PolicyEngine is a tool that gives the public an unprecedented insight into the tax and benefit system.
UBI Lab Network 2021
Progress in advancing the case for universal basic income.
Charter to End Westminster Rule
A working Charter for democratic reform which aims to offer 10 radical and necessary changes to UK democracy.
Centri Diurni Senza Mura
La Cooperativa Kara Bobowski is an Italian social enterprise who here share innovations from their work as part of the…
Self-advocacy becomes much easier when we have the support of friends, family and peers.
UBI: Unpaid Labour and Gender Relations
We need to value care and help move society away from an unjust system that advantages men over women.
An Interview with Katrina Kurowski
Jan Walmsley interviews Katrina Kurowski about their experience as a leader and an advocate in the self-advocacy…
Genealogy of Person-Centred Planning
How activists aligned with people with developmental disabilities and their families in Canada, the US and the UK.
An Interview with Patrick Burke
Jan Walmsley interviews Patrick Burke about his experience as a leader and an advocate in the self-advocacy movement.
Launch of Power and Connection
The first book dedicated to exploring Local Area Coordination and integrating more than 30 years of research.
Imagine a Democracy
Modern democracies must tap into the power of citizenship to tackle our severe environment and social problems.
Volunteering and Inclusion
Les Papillons de Blancs Lille share how people with intellectual disabilities can be included in their communities…
Innovations in Inclusion from Rethymno
The Association of Parents and Friends of people with Autism of Rethymno in Crete share their innovative work to…
Celebrating Day Centres Without Walls
Jaunuolių Dienos Centras (JDC) hosted a conference in Lithuania sharing work and learning from partners in the Day…
The Constitutional Elephant in the Room
The lack of democratic constitution, rooted in human rights, creates a fundamental problem in the UK and undermines…