We need rich and diverse communities, places where we can belong and contribute, in order to have lives of meaning.
Founded by Jen Blackwell, DanceSyndrome is an inclusive dance charity that aims to inform and empower people through dance.
Life in Bolsover Today
Inequality in the UK has doubled in a generation and the consequences are felt most harshly in places like Bolsover as the Community Voluntary Partners' report shows.
Cities for a Small Continent
David Towell reviews this detailed study of seven cities that have experienced major decline, recovery and new challenges in the age of austerity.
Andrew's Passion for Cars
Andrew has a learning disability and a passion for cars. This short film gives an idea of how following this passion helps him find friends and build a life in the community.
Health Buddies in Royds
This is the operational plan to tackle the extreme health inequalities in the Royds area of Bradford by the use of Health Buddies - a system of citizen peer support.
Siete Claves para la Educación Inclusiva
David Towell ofrece una perspectiva internacional sobre el desarrollo de la educación inclusiva.
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.
Educación Para Un Mañana Mejor
Esta es la versión actualizada del folleto más reciente en la serie de folletos producida por David Towell y sus colegas latinoamericanos.
Trabajar en Red Para Lograr el Cambio Social
David Towell y Heidy Araque reflexionan sobre la experiencia de la red inclusiva basada en ciudad Colombiana de Bucaramanga.
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.