Paid work, on any terms, is being valued too much, while other vital forms of life like: citizenship, caring and creating are valued too little.
Money as a Human Right
Maria Lyons combines an analysis of economics with an understanding of inclusion to offer a radical argument for basic income.
Childcare Policy and the Economy
Childcare policy in the UK wrongly assumes that professionalised solutions are always best for children and families.
Basic Income is Good for Your Health
Anna-Carin Fagerlind Ståhl explains why long-standing evidence of work and health argues for the benefits of basic income.
US Corporate Influence on UK Welfare Reforms
Mo Stewart has been researching the damage caused by welfare reform and the malign influence of US private insurance companies.
Extreme Poverty in a Time of Austerity
This summary of the harm caused by the UK Government's austerity policies was submitted to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights.
Letters to the DWP
Correspondence between Mo Stewart, the independent disability researcher, and officials at the DWP, reveals the difficulty of holding a bureaucracy to account.
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.
Deleted BBC News Item on Unum
In 2007 the BBC reported on the influence that a US insurance company was having on UK policy, in 2010 this item was deleted from BBC archives.
Agency Workers and Zero Hours Contracts
This publication by the Derbyshire Unemployed Workers' Centre describes the way in which agency work and the use of zero-hours contracts is creating a punitive work culture.
This major report describes how Barnsley Council have been increasing social justice by redistributing power and resources to local citizens, families and communities.
Evaluation of Wee Enterprizers Project
This evaluation of the Wee Enterprizers Project describes what was learned as people began to explore using self-directed support as a step into business life.
The Politics of Poverty
Dr Simon Duffy explores ONS data on inequality and poverty and tries to get behind the myths and lies used to exploit the poorest in the UK.