Spiritual beliefs, with all their complexity and challenge, can inspire our commitment to peace and justice.
Love and Welfare
In this paper Simon Duffy argues that there is a spiritual tradition that has been forgotten, which offers us a much more positive and loveable vision of the welfare state we need.
Managing Dissent and Embracing Diversity
Nan Carle has written this moving piece on how we deal with the challenge of respectfully confronting disrespect, anger and fear.
The Integral Path
Varun Vidyarthi offers a short note on the way in which social change can and must begin by a better ordering of ourselves.
Life on the Back Roads
Dr Mark Bagshaw is Deputy President of the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) and writes here about his experience of living and working in Australia with a disability.
Claiming Full Citizenship
The Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship has created a website hosting a series of films following the Claiming Full Citizenship conference in Vancouver in 2015.
CoolTan Arts Report on Personal Budgets
Alison Vine of CoolTan Arts explores the practice of personal budgets as it impacts on small voluntary sector organisations.
Pathfinders Review 2
David Towell reviews Pathfinders, the latest book by John O'Brien and Beth Mount published by Inclusion Press.
Stephen Craig Coulson reflects on the words that are used in human services and why it matters to use words thoughtfully.
This book by John O'Brien and Beth Mount describes what we can learn from pathfinders with disabilities who have helped us move towards a more inclusive community.
Kent Vegan Festival
In October 2015, 1,500 people took part in the very first Kent Vegan Festival in Canterbury, Jo Kidd shares what happened on the day.
Liderando la Ciudad Inclusiva
Este importante libro de Robin Hambleton da un contexto integral para las propuestas en el folleto de David Towell, Ciudades para Todos (publicado también en esta Biblioteca).
Learning Difficulty or Learning Disability
Wendy Perez explains why she prefers the term 'learning difficulty' to 'learning disability'.