Everyone has the right to a secure income that enables them to be an active citizen and live a life of dignity.
Film: Cuts Target on Disabled People
Dr Simon Duffy explains to Anton French Films how Government policy has targeted cuts on disabled people.
One Good Thing
Malcolm Henry imagines a conversation between a leader of the Labour Party and Andrew Neil on the topic of Universal Basic Income (UBI) and financial reform.
State Crime by Proxy
In this paper Mo Stewart continues her researchinto the links between the DWP, Atos Healthcare & Unum Insurance.
UBI: A Psychological Impact Assessment
An important report which sets out the case for Universal Basic Income (UBI) from the perspective of psychologists.
Carers Benefits and Basic Income
Citizen K explores the strange paradoxes of the UK's benefit system and argues for a system of basic income.
A Social Movement for Basic Income
Bill Jordan describes how the idea of basic income inspired a pre-War social movement and wonders whether the same might emerge today.
Replacing Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
This research by Stef Benstead and Emma Nock, published by Ekklesia, looks at the support needs of people with chronic illness with regard to replacing Employment Support…
The Politics of Poverty
In this presentation for an Anti-Poverty Conference organised by Bolsover CVP, Simon Duffy explores some of the myths about inequality and poverty in the UK.
Life in Bolsover Today
Inequality in the UK has doubled in a generation and the consequences are felt most harshly in places like Bolsover as the Community Voluntary Partners' report shows.
Exploring the Meaning of Poverty
Poverty isolates and divides us. It leaves us thinking we are not good enough and we are too poor to spend time with friends or family writes Simon Duffy.
And This Time It's Personal
WellRedFilms explores the underpinnings of the psycho-coercive practices endorsed by the government with leading researchers and the Mental Health Resistance Network.
Submission on Social Security 2016
In partnership with Ekklesia the Centre for Welfare Reform made a submission to the UK Liberal Democrats policy review on social security.