Spiritual beliefs, with all their complexity and challenge, can inspire our commitment to peace and justice.
The Problem with Dawkins' Intolerance on Down Syndrome
Mariana Cervantes-Burchell explains why the intolerant prejudice of scientists like Richard Dawkins is based on ignorance.
Veena Vasista explores the connections between individual internal change and the journey of creating political, economic and social systems that are liberating.
Equality and Diversity
Simon Duffy talks about how the idea of citizenship can help us reconcile equality and human diversity.
The Power of Dance
Shanna Dawes explains the exciting impact of the TR14ers on their own lives and their whole community.
Education For A Better Tomorrow
In this important paper Heidy Araque and David Towell explore the relationship between the education system and the emerging challenges of the 21st Century.
The Relational Basis of Empowerment
Karl Nunkoosing and Mark Haydon-Laurelut explore how fundamental human attitudes underpin society's approach to empowering disabled people.
Vinny Went Cycling for Charity
Vinesh Kumar joined his brother-in-law on a charity bike ride across India in aid of Sanjeevini Trust. On his trip he visited the inspirational Aravind Eye Care.
Disability Horizons is a magazine full of articles and resources to help disabled people achieve whatever they wish.
Learning the Art of Facilitation
Carl Poll talks about Manavodaya, the art of facilitation and the importance of the inner dimension of work with real integrity.
Six Practices for Creative Engagement
Six practices for creating engagement in the development of inclusive and sustainable communities.
Women at the Centre
Simon Duffy and Clare Hyde explain how WomenCentre achieves its astonishing outcomes and explore the difficulties faced by innovative organisations in the welfare system.
About the Centre for Welfare Reform
Fellows of the Centre for Welfare Reform discuss social justice, citizenship and the reason for setting up the Centre.