These are our current, possible and finished projects please get in touch with the project leader if you would like to get involved.
Advancing the case for a radical overhaul of the benefit system and the creation of a universal basic income.
Visit page | 2nd June 2010
Research and analysis of the efforts to get people with learning disabilities home from institutional placements and ATUs
Visit page | 14th March 2012
This is a study looking at ways to support looked-after-children with neurodisabilities including autism (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Visit page | 11th November 2016
Catherine Hale, working with Jenny Lyus, is leading a research project to explore how people with chronic illness understand the social model.
Visit page | 31st January 2017
Working to increase the level of trust, flexibility and innovation in support for people using health and social care services.
Visit page | 14th October 2014
Helping people understand what citizenship really means and to ensure everyone, no matter their background, gets the chance to contribute.
Visit page | 2nd March 2013
Promoting the use of Local Area Coordination as a model of support that strengthens capacity and community.
Visit page | 10th June 2012
Challenging the commodification of care and encouraging a focus on the need for humanity, love and relationship and support based on human rights.
Visit page | 18th March 2014
The aim of the Supported Loving campaign is to highlight the importance of good support in making and maintaining relationships for people who use services.
Visit page | 22nd November 2016
The 21st Century's central challenge is to achieve sustainable ways of living and working with each other, locally and globally.
Visit page | 1st October 2013
Exploring the deeper philosophical and spiritual roots of work to advance citizenship, inclusion and to strengthen community.
Visit page | 15th November 2012
Encouraging the design and delivery of more effective services for women facing multiple disadvantages.
Visit page | 15th September 2014