Everyone matters and no country is more important than another; justice is found in a world that cherishes its diversity.
Greek and Roman Political Ideas
Simon Duffy reviews Melissa Lane's book on political theory in the ancient world and its relevance to modern debates.
Leading from the Emerging Future
David Towell reviews a challenging book which sets out a red-green agenda to address contemporary economic, social and spiritual disconnections.
Just Not Fair
Jane Young, the author of Dignity and Opportunity for All gives an overview of this critical report, published by Just Fair.
Travels in Human-Based Development
Pete Richmond sets out what we can learn from Manavodaya a development organisation based in India and the UK, in relation to the idea of personalisation.
The Need for Roots
A Review of Simone Weil's The Need for Roots, a book that offers a fresh perspective on the purpose and nature of the welfare state.
Dignity and Opportunity for All
Jane Young's report for Just Fair provides an overview of how the UK Government is failing to meet its human rights responsibilities towards disabled people.
David Towell describes a great innovation that provides employment for disabled people whilst supporting sustainability and social justice.
Re-Examining Policy on Aid
Varun Vidyarthi argues that the process of giving and the message that goes with it distorts the outcome, it is time for deeper reflection.
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.
This film is about Manavodaya - a people based approach to social change which has empowered some of the poorest women in India.
Our Direction Is Our Destination
Veena Vasista asks how do we – the people - lead ourselves to become more connected with our power, our voice and each other?
Manifesto for a Fair Society
The Campaign for a Fair Society's Manifesto sets out 8 key ideas for a fairer society and shows how current cuts target those who are already most disadvantaged.