Education for Citizenship
Children need love and support to grow into the best version of themselves and to live lives of meaning and full citizenship.
Promoviendo la educación inclusiva
Este último folleto usa el ejemplo de la provincia canadiense de Nueva Brunswick para ofrecer un marco para transformar la educación pública para lograr la educación…
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 together with mutual respect.
A Youth Perspective on Invisible Disabilities
This report pulls together multiple resources to present a snapshot of Invisible Disabilities in New Zealand.
Disability Rights and Democracy
Matt Rothschild explains how the US electoral system is corrupted by the power of money and corporations that threaten human and disability rights.
Advancing Inclusive Education
Gordon Porter and David Towell offer a framework for transforming public education systems so as to provide inclusive education for all.
Jane Gregory explores the internal and external challenges facing young disabled people and their families in the UK disability system.
Stop Unethical Research on Children
Catherine Hale explains why unethical research on children with ME must be stopped and urges you to sign the #stopGet petition.
Stronger Together - Family Event
Bringing Us Together and Respond hosted a gathering of disabled children and young people, parents and families to listen to their views and experiences on care and support.
Avoiding Crisis Support Needed
Bringing Us Together and Respond carried out a survey to find out what support families of disabled children and young people wanted and needed when approaching, or experiencing…
What is Happening in Social Care
Jan Walmsley asked local people with learning disabilities and their families to share their experience of adult social care.
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.