Difference and Inclusion
We need to welcome people, with all their diverse gifts and impairments, into the life of the community.
Launch of Scottish Campaign
Simon Duffy speaks at the launch of the Scottish Campaign for a Fair Society about how personalisation is being used as a cover for cuts and why the cuts are so unfair.
Citizenship - the missing key to public policy
Dr Simon Duffy presented these slides at the Annual Conference for the Masters in Public Administration at the Catholic University of Porto in May 2011.
Citizenship - the missing key to public policy and welfare reform
Presentation for the Masters in Public Administration Annual Conference on the value of citizenship in public policy and welfare reform.
Using the Law to Fight the Cuts
This guide sets out the most important principles of the law in England which can be used to fight the cuts to services for disabled people and protect human rights.
From Unfair Cuts to a Fair Society
This paper sets out the case for radical reform of the system of support to older and disabled people, and all those needing on-going support.
A New Reablement Journey
This document describes a very different way of maximising independence, seeing it as something that should underpin everything we do.
Planning with Families
Pippa Murray summarises the main things you need to do to help families plan for themselves and disabled family members.
A Fair Start - reforming services for disabled children
Dr Pippa Murray founder of ibk initiatives and inventor of the Personalised Pathway on A Fair Start.
Developing Policies for the Campaign for a Fair Society
Slides that explore the development of personalisation, the unfairness of the current cuts and the kind of policies we need to develop in the future.
In Memory of Wolf Wolfensberger
A man who probably did more to change the understandings and situations for disabled and vulnerable people and their whole societies than anyone you could have met.
A Fair Society - Tizard Annual Lecture
Simon Duffy gave the Annual Tizard Lecture on the 4th March at the University of Kent.
UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
This is a powerful vision of the opportunities and support which should be available to disabled people and their families, based on a commitment to equal citizenship.