Children need love and support to grow into the best version of themselves and to live lives of meaning and full citizenship.
Childcare Policy and the Economy
Childcare policy in the UK wrongly assumes that professionalised solutions are always best for children and families.
Regulation in Education
David Zigmond tells the story of Eve, a teacher whose joy in her work is being strangled by over-regulation.
Academia is in a Critical Condition
Thomas Allan explores the emerging conversation about the social responsibilities of an academia that is increasingly consumed by narrow market dogma.
A celebration of difference and a collection of proposals for more inclusive schooling and an expression of solidarity with those facing ongoing discrimination in the UK…
When the state takes children into its care it has a responsibility to support them into adulthood and as they become parents - currently the state is failing in its duties.
This paper has been written as part of the SKILLS Project to begin the development of an international exploration of best-practice.
Families As Leaders
Three mothers of disabled children share their stories and the strategies they are pursuing to transform public education in Colombia, Romania and the UK.
Promoviendo la educación inclusiva
Este último folleto usa el ejemplo de la provincia canadiense de Nueva Brunswick para ofrecer un marco para transformar la educación pública para lograr la educación…
What are the Keys to Citizenship?
Simon Duffy describes the 7 keys to achieving citizenship in practice for everyone.
Henry Tam explains why it is important we share and develop a coherent world view of how as human beings we can live together with mutual respect.
A Youth Perspective on Invisible Disabilities
This report pulls together multiple resources to present a snapshot of Invisible Disabilities in New Zealand.
Disability Rights and Democracy
Matt Rothschild explains how the US electoral system is corrupted by the power of money and corporations that threaten human and disability rights.