Everyone has the right to a secure income that enables them to be an active citizen and live a life of dignity.
Poor Pay the Most Tax
This short film explains the surprising fact that in the UK it is the 10% of poorest families who actually pay the most tax - 47%.
Is it Right to Buy a Right?
Jim Elder-Woodward explores the injustice of social care charging in the UK and the double taxation of disabled people.
Unimpressed: Cameron's Ideas on Welfare
David Cameron’s latest ideas on the future shape of welfare has polarised opinion, S.H Barnett explores the issues.
From Push to Pull Economics
We need to stop pushing resources into wasteful public services - people can manage them better.
Fraud in Context
Government's exaggerate the level of benefit fraud for political reasons.
Welfare Reform is Not Welfare Reform
A short 4 minute film explaining why current Welfare Reform plans are not real reforms and exploding some key myths.
The Reality of Disability Benefits
One man's experience of disability benefits.
Who Really Benefits from Welfare?
Simon Duffy looks at how the tax benefit system really works and wonders who are the real beneficiaries of this system?
A Fair Society and the rights of disabled people
A presentation given at a meeting of the Sheffield Green Party and the Campaign for a Fair Society.
A Fair Society: supported living and personalisation
A presentation given at a conference for the Association for Supported Living and the Campaign for a Fair Society.
Why The Third Way Failed
Bill Jordan's book describes the development and failure of the 'Third Way' and it latest iteration 'Big Society.'
A Fair Income
Simon Duffy explains how the tax-benefit system can be reformed to promote citizenship and families.