Dr Simon Duffy gave this talk at the launch of the Campaign for a Fair Society in Glasgow. On the same day the first Steering Group for the Scottish Campaign was also launched.
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Simon Duffy speaks at the launch of the Scottish Campaign for a Fair Society about how personalisation is being used as a cover for cuts and why the cuts are so unfair.
Simon Duffy gave the Annual Tizard Lecture on the 4th March at the University of Kent.
These slides were given as part of the 2011 Tizard Lecture given by Simon Duffy on A Fair Society & the Limits of Personalisation. They describe both the cuts facing disabled people and policy solutions for the future.
This discussion paper describes how the current cuts that target disabled people reflect deep flaws within the welfare system and sets out the case for more fundamental reforms.
This paper sets out the case for radical reform of the system of support to older and disabled people, and all those needing on-going support.
This guide sets out the most important principles of the law in England which can be used to fight the cuts to services for disabled people and protect human rights.
Pippa Murray argues that the current education system discriminates against disabled people and suggests amendments to current policy.
Public expenditure cuts by the UK government will target disabled people, older people who need extra help, poor families and people with mental health problems.