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A Fair Start - reforming services for disabled children

At the launch of the Centre for Welfare Reform, Dr Pippa Murray, founder of ibk Initiatives, described how a radical change in the organisation of support to families with disabled children could reverse decades of damaging practice.


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A Fair Start

A Fair Start

Pippa Murray makes the case for an integrated Personalised Pathway to enable disabled children and their families to take control of health, education and care funding.

Active Patient

Active Patient

Vidhya Alakeson of the Resolution Foundation describes how personalisation and the use of individual budgets in healthcare could promote better health and well-being.

Family Income Security

Family Income Security

Dr Simon Duffy, Director of the Centre for Welfare Reform, explores how we could reform the income security of all families.

About the Centre for Welfare Reform

About Centre for Welfare Reform

Fellows of the Centre for Welfare Reform discuss social justice, citizenship and the reason for setting up the Centre.

Prospects for Radical Welfare Reform

Prospects Radical Welfare Reform

Phillip Collins, Leader Writer for The Times, Chair of DEMOS and ex-Speech Writer for Tony Blair, reflects on the complexity of welfare reform.

Pippa and Family Leadership

Pippa and Family Leadership

Simon Duffy talks about Family Leadership and the inspiring work of Dr Pippa Murray.

Family Leadership

Family Leadership

A film about Pippa Murray's work to make family leadership authentic, building on real wealth and strengthening the human spirit.

Developing Family Leadership

Developing Family Leadership

How you can really help families take the lead - without burdening them or blaming them - but by building new relationships built upon equality and mutual respect.