Paid work, on any terms, is being valued too much, while other vital forms of life like: citizenship, caring and creating are valued too little.
The Politics of Poverty
Dr Simon Duffy explores ONS data on inequality and poverty and tries to get behind the myths and lies used to explore the poorest in the UK
One Good Thing
Malcolm Henry imagines a conversation between a leader of the Labour Party and Andrew Neil on the topic of Universal Basic Income (UBI) and financial reform.
Derbyshire Unemployed Workers' Centres
Part of a larger network of TUC Unemployed Workers' Centres, this is Derbyshire's Annual Report for 2016.
The Community Living Project provides opportunities for people with a disability to establish their own small business through their Micro Enterprise Project.
Equal Opportunities at Work?
Fran Macilvey describes the reality of work for many disabled people and the barriers created by negative attitudes and inflexibility.
The Invisible Barrier to Disability Employment
Jon Breen argues that employer attitudes to disabled workers are often based on ignorance and that these can present significant barriers to success in the workplace.
The Rise of the Robots
Robin Jackson urges everyone with an interest in achieving welfare reform to read Martin Ford's book and consider the important issues it raises.
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.
A Troubling Truth
Dr Claudia Gillberg reflects on her own experience of living with the chronic illness, myalgic encephalomyelitis or ME, describing the multiple challenges she and others face.
Los Profesores como Líderes
The Spanish translation of David Towell and Heidy Araque's paper reflecting on the role of teachers and leaders in and defining the path towards inclusion.
Fomentar la Educación para Forjar una Sociedad Inclusiva
The Spanish translation of David Towell and Heidy Araque's paper on promoting education for an inclusive society.
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.