Basic Income and Disability
Building on his work with Jim Elder-Woodward, Simon Duffy outlines the case for using basic income principles to reform disability benefits.
Self-Directed Support for Service Providers
This report on Self-Directed Support in Europe sets out strategies for service providers to work in partnership with people with disabilities and their families.
UBI and Health
Existing health research demonstrates why basic income will have very positive health impacts and why welfare conditionality is harmful.
Life after Violence
An Inclusion Europe report on how women with intellectual disabilities cope with the violence they have experienced in institutions.
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.
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.
The Cure for Poverty is Money
Poverty isn't a lack of character it's a lack of cash argues historian Rutger Bregman in his TED film.
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.
Cities for a Small Continent
David Towell reviews this detailed study of seven cities that have experienced major decline, recovery and new challenges in the age of austerity.
Citizenship - the missing key to public policy
Dr Simon Duffy presented these slides at the Annual Conference for the Masters in Public Administration at the Catholic University of Porto in May 2011.