We are all creative beings and our creativity should be nurtured and encouraged at every stage in life.
Opus Independents - Platform for Meaning
James Lock and his friends have begun an exciting social innovation in Sheffield by helping people build lives of meaning.
Basic Income is About Freedom
Anne van Dalen explains why basic income is about freedom - the chance to explore what you want to do and escape the tyranny of the benefit system.
Make A Difference - Support Valued Experiences
John O'Brien has produced a colouring book to be used to help us build a valued life for ourselves or those we care about.
Inviting Arts & Humanities into Social Services
Gord Tulloch argues that community organisations supporting people with intellectual disabilities need to open themselves up to the fullness of human creativity.
Kent Vegan Festival
The ethos behind the Kent Vegan Festival is to raise awareness about veganism as a compassionate, holistic, healthy and intrinsically non-violent way of life.
Erm This Is Awkward
Matthew Edmonds suggests that we don't need pat responses to break down barriers between disabled and non-disabled people.
Mary O'Hara's book describes the many dimensions of 'austerity' and how it is affecting the lives of ordinary people in the UK.
Radio Valo is a multi-media platform for people with intellectual disabilities in Finland. It hosts interviews, documentaries, radio shows and much more.
Launch of the Centre
A presentation given at the Westminster launch of the Centre.
Prospects for 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.
About the Centre for Welfare Reform
Fellows of the Centre for Welfare Reform discuss social justice, citizenship and the reason for setting up the Centre.
Introduction to the Centre
Dr Simon Duffy, Director of the Centre for Welfare Reform describes the purpose and design of the Centre at its Westminster launch in March 2011.