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The Future of Welfare Reform

In this presentation for Sheffield's Citizen Advice Bureau Simon Duffy explores the UK Government's account of welfare reform and offers thoughts on what real welfare reform might look like.



The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.

Slides on The Future of Welfare Refrom © Simon Duffy 2015.

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Library

Counting the Cuts

Counting the Cuts

This report was one of the first quantitative analyses providing an estimate of the cumulative impact of UK Government cuts on disabled people and those in poverty.

Let's Scrap the DWP

Let's Scrap the DWP

Simon Duffy and John Dalrymple make the case for Basic Income Security - a system to integrate and reform the current tax and benefit systems.

Real Localism

Real Localism

Argument for a profound shift in control towards local communities and the outline of a new strategy for local government.

Is Work Good?

Is Work Good?

Simon Duffy reflects on the nature of work and whether it is always a good thing.

Rights and the Welfare State

Rights and the Welfare State

Simon Duffy describes how the welfare state has been organised around a model of state-paternalism - not human rights and offers a way forward.