There are 97 resources from Scotland.
The Problem with Quality of Life
Disability strategy should be built around an ambitious vision for deinstitutionalisation and citizenship for all.
Self-Directed Support Scotland
There has been significant progress in Scotland in reforming disability services, but major challenges remain.
Part 2: Grassroots Policies
The second webinar in this series focused on genetic modification, factory farmed animals and a pollution scandal.
Part 1: Grassroots Policies
The first webinar in this series focused on the future of farming, sustainability and finance.
UK Democracy Fit for 21st Century
How to reorganise the constitution of the UK to support genuine democracy and good government.
UK Poverty Data in Graphics
Infographics showing how poverty is created by the unfairness of the UK tax-benefit system.
The Challenge of Citizenship
A talk to mark the Launch of Values Into Action Scotland at the Scottish Parliament in 2007.
Self Directed Futures Training
Active learning and coaching from Self Directed Futures.
Disability Benefits and Suicide
A Channel Four documentary has revealed the cruel nature of the UK's disability system.
Charter to End Westminster Rule
A working Charter for democratic reform which aims to offer 10 radical and necessary changes to UK democracy.
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…
An Easy Read guide plus film explaining the 4 different ways of funding your care and support and managing your Personal…
A New Way Home
John Dalrymple and Frances Brown speak about their work with Radical Visions in Scotland and their guide A New Way Home.
A New Way Home New Edition
A practical guide to leaving institutional care and returning to your community.
DCWW England: PFG the Home of Peer Support
Members of the People Focused Group (PFG) in Doncaster explain what peer support truly means.
Pregnant in An Age of Compliance
An exploration of pregnancy amidst the myths of medical technology and power.
Your Options Understood
Your Options Understood (Y.O.U) have launched a new interactive e-learning platform.
DCWW Greece: Play Unified
Play Unified is a project to introduce inclusive practices into sports activities and link the Special Olympics…
DCWW Scotland: Innovations in Supported Employment
Values Into Action Scotland have been leading innovation in supported employment for two decades.
Popping the Housing Bubble
The UK's housing market is over-inflated and even progressive policies like basic income cannot solve this without…
The Entrepreneur in the Wheelchair
The Entrepreneur in the Wheelchair
DCWW Italy: Connecting Communities
Kara Bobowski is a social co-operative which works to include disabled people and other groups needing support in the…
SDS Network: Individual Service Funds (ISFs)
Chris Watson of Self Directed Futures and Gary Kent of New Key and Jacqui Hendra of Devon County Council on ISFs.
SDS Network: Developments in Scotland
Keith, Danielle & Debbie describe the development of self-directed support in Scotland.
DCWW Lithuania: COVID-19 Challenge
What is the mission of a social worker in this situation? Jaunuolių dienos centras (JDC) in Lithuania share inspiring…
The Canary supported Videoblogg Productions to produce a documentary describing the problems with the Universal…
Does COVID-19 mark the end for markets in the NHS?
UK Government response to the COVID-19 is an implicit acknowledgement of the limitations and dangers of a marketised…
COVID-19, The Black Death and Basic Income
Bill Jordan explains why COVID-19, like the Black Death before it, may finally push the current elites to accept the…
The Upstream Response to COVID-19
Dr Simon Duffy sets out some key principles to guide local communities as they develop their response to the COVID-19…
A global force for change
Citizen Network is a global non-profit cooperative movement, formed to create a world where everyone matters.
3 Self-Directed Support Stories
Three stories from Finland of how self-directed support is beginning to work in practice plus other resources
Day Centres Without Walls
Innovations for day centres for people with intellectual disabilities.
UK Food Banks in 2019
Lizzie Peck provides an overview of the emergence and rapid growth of food banks since the Coalition Government and the…
Steve Griffiths argues that the Institute for Fiscal Studies has failed to be objective in its analysis of Labour's…
Accountancy is not Economics
Steve Griffiths examines the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) critique of of Labour's 2019 Manifesto and discovers…
End Parliamentary Sovereignty
Gavin Barker sets out the case for limiting the sovereignty of Parliament.
People Based Development
Sharing learning on social change from the Manavodaya Institute.
Go Deep with Inclusion and Diversity
Facilitators, community leaders, politicians, community builders and activists put their heads and hearts…
Demand for Constitutional Reform 2018
An open letter demanding radical constitutional reform in the UK.
Kim John Payne's book explores the unnecessary pressures and stress placed on children in the modern world and offers…
Money as a Human Right
Maria Lyons combines an analysis of economics with an understanding of inclusion to offer a radical argument for basic…
Childcare Policy and the Economy
Childcare policy in the UK wrongly assumes that professionalised solutions are always best for children and…
Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA)
A statement from the Centre for the #WOWdebate on the Government's reasons for refusing to carry out a Cumulative…
A Constitution for Disability Rights
8 reasons why disability rights activists should support constitutional reform.
James - the author of his own life
Unable to use his own words, James still led his support team and those around him to new creative places.
The Man at the Gate
Clive spent over 50 years in a long stay hospital. Yet, through his quiet dignity and resolution, he enhanced the lives…