Thinking about welfare reform is not new and while the current UK government's proposals are mixed there are more positive alternatives. Simon Duffy analysed the current policy and suggested an alternative approach at an Inside Government Conference in June 2011.
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Slides on Real Welfare Reform © Simon Duffy 2011.
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Simon Duffy explores the strengths and weaknesses of current efforts at welfare reform in the UK and offers an alternative approach.
Ben Baumberg, Kate Bell and Declan Gaffney tackle some of the most common welfare myths.
This essay provides an overview of why the welfare state should be reformed - not cut - and what it might take to achieve this difficult task.
A talk for Welsh Focus on the true meaning of welfare reform - what it could be and what it should really aim to achieve.