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Heritage Is An Asset
Joyce Bullivant explains why our heritage is a vital asset for sustainable development and asks why Sheffield City has…
Cities for All
This paper explores how disabled people and their allies can be at the heart of the civic partnerships required to make…
Inclusion and the Commons
Thomas Allan explains why we must explore and develop the Commons, and end our fixation on the State or the Market as the…
Basic Income or Basic Services
Dr Simon Duffy reflects on the debate between Barb Jacobson and Anna Coote on the respective merits of UBI or UBS.
Elements of a New Constitution
The Centre for Welfare Reform supports the movement for a written constitution, based on radical democratic reform,…
Open Letter on Constitutional Reform
The Centre, alongside a wide-ranging alliance of organisations, has written an Open Letter calling for a Citizen's…
Letters to the DWP
Correspondence between Mo Stewart, the independent disability researcher, and officials at the DWP, reveals the…
What is Inclusion?
An inspiring, thoughtful and funny presentation from Tim Keilty.
Reforming Social Care
This report explains why integration between health and social care is not desirable, setting out a clear vision for…
Who Is Accountable?
Alain Catzeflis argues that the outsourcing of public services to organisations like Motability has created a…
Commonfare: Inclusion and the Commons
Thomas Allan argues that new thinking about the role of the Commons in our shared community life will put the ideal of…
Workers' Rights Versus the Right to Care
Alain Catzeflis describes how UK social policy has created a severe, but unnecessary conflict between the rights of…
Behind Relative Poverty
The stories in Relative Poverty address the imbalance of power; Les Monaghan describes the thinking behind his…
Inclusive Solutions have been piloting this work in the last three years, making traditionally clinical plans more…
Zigmond on CQC and Regulation
David Zigmond is interviewed by Simon Duffy about the conflict he had with CQC and the negative impact of the wrong kind…
Zigmond on Neoliberalism and the NHS
David Zigmond explains to Simon Duffy what has gone wrong in the NHS as neoliberalism has exploited technological…
Zigmond on the Human Scale
David Zigmond talks to Simon Duffy about the importance of scale on the NHS if we want to nurture human understanding and…
Zigmond on Renationalising the NHS
David Zigmond explains to Simon Duffy why renationalising the NHS must be the first step to going back to a more human,…
Zigmond on Mental Health
David Zigmond talks to Simon Duffy about the importance in true and empathetic understanding in nurturing good mental…
Zigmond on the Future of the NHS
David Zigmond tells Simon Duffy that a better NHS will be more local, more human and that it involves restoring some of…
Zigmond on His Books
David Zigmond provides an overview of some his main writings on the NHS and the nature of good pastoral healthcare.
A Grounded Theory Study of Disability Benefit Changes
Jessica Saffer carried out doctoral research into the psychological impact of Government changes to the disability…
The Binary Trap
Alain Catzeflis explores why our commitment to social justice has been in such decline and argues that a new approach…
Inequality is a Constitutional Issue
This article explores the reasons why the UK has become an increasingly unequal society and what we could do to reverse…
Is Prevention Always Better than the Cure?
David Zigmond interviews a GP about life in the hyper-regulated NHS and explores the relevance of Minority Report.
Democratising the NHS
Simon Duffy sets out why the latest wave of planned reforms to the NHS must be unacceptable and proposes a democratic…
The Great Troubled Families Fraud
Simon Duffy reviews Professor Gregg's book on the fraud and dishonesty behind the Troubled Families Programme.
Democracy in Sheffield
Reforming the way power operates in local government.
Deleted BBC News Item on Unum
In 2007 the BBC reported on the influence that a US insurance company was having on UK policy, in 2010 this item was…
Keeping Kids Out of Care
Tim Keilty describes life as an adventurous social worker helping people develop common-sense solutions to avoid…
Becoming True Citizens
How Bournemouth People First’s LifeLink project is building connections for life by encouraging meaningful…
Supporting People with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities
This guide provides key standards to improve the standards of support to people with profound and multiple learning…
Circle of Adults - process
Inclusive Solutions explain their inclusive problem solving model.
Inclusive Solutions have created a powerful approach to help communities to come together and create a shared world of…
Don't Crowd Out People with Learning Disabilities
Alain Catzeflis argues that people with disabilities are being harmed by bad Government policy and people with…
A New Way Home
Frances Brown and John Dalrymple provide practical guidance on a personalised approach to leaving institutions.
Why the UK Needs a Written Constitution
Gavin Barker addresses the issues of democratic accountability and the protections that need building into our…
Don't Cramp My Style
Simon Cramp's biography offers a real insight into a man with learning difficulties who has made a significant…
Agency Workers and Zero Hours Contracts
This publication by the Derbyshire Unemployed Workers' Centre describes the way in which agency work and the use of…
I Am Challenging Behaviour
Encouraging people to stand up against institutionalisation.
Progress on Personalised Support
This report builds on an international survey of support organisations to develop a model of personalised support on…
This major report describes how Barnsley Council have been increasing social justice by redistributing power and…
Social Rights Are Human Rights
Paul Hunt explains that social rights are fundamental human rights, but that in the UK these rights are not taken…
What are the Keys to Citizenship?
Simon Duffy describes the 7 keys to achieving citizenship in practice for everyone.
Henry Tam explains why it is important we share and develop a coherent world view of how as human beings we can live…
Back to Bedlam
This report describes how and why support of people with a learning disability is heading backwards in the UK because of…
Jo Kidd explores veganism and justice for all in this presentation given at the Mental Wealth Festival held in…
Alternatives to ATUs
Steven Rose explains why there are alternatives to ATUs and the private hospitals where too many people with…