Author: Simon Duffy
Unlocking the Imagination has now been republished, after being out of print for 17 years. This was the first major written work by Simon Duffy and sets out some of the key concepts that have been critical to his work. It offers a path for commissioners who do not see themselves as experts in how other people should live, but instead want to create the conditions for citizenship and stronger communities for everyone. It is as challenging today as it was when it was first published in 1996.
Key issues explored include:
This publication has been made in association with Choice Support, as a mark of gratitude to Choice Support, who enabled its first publication.
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The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
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