Our Fellows lead a range of projects to advance citizenship for all.
Joint project with our friends Ekklesia to provide social justice resources in advance of the 2017 General Election.
Advancing the case for a radical overhaul of the benefit system and the creation of a universal basic income.
Research and analysis of the efforts to get people with learning disabilities home from institutional placements and ATUs
Children in Care with neurodisabilities including Autism
This is a study looking at ways to support looked-after-children with neurodisabilities including autism (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Chronic Illness & Citizenship
Catherine Hale, working with Jenny Lyus, is leading a research project to explore how people with chronic illness understand the social model.
Citizenship for All
Helping people understand what citizenship really means and to ensure everyone, no matter their background, gets the chance to contribute.
Commissioning for Community
Reversing centralisation and restoring communities to a greater sense of their own capacity, creativity and authority.
Learning Disability - Past & Future
Safeguarding and promoting the full citizenship of people with learning disabilities by learning from our history and looking to the future.
Local Area Coordination
Promoting the use of Local Area Coordination as a model of support that strengthens capacity and community.
Research and support in the development of the People Focussed Group in Doncaster as a hub for peers support.
Working to increase the level of trust, flexibility and innovation in support for people using health and social care services.
Challenging the commodification of care and encouraging a focus on the need for humanity, love and relationship and support based on human rights.
Spartacus is a network of sick & disabled people who use social media to highlight the impact of the UK Government's 'reforms' and cuts.
The aim of the Supported Loving campaign is to highlight the importance of good support in making and maintaining relationships for people who use services.
Sustainability & Social Justice
The 21st Century's central challenge is to achieve sustainable ways of living and working with each other, locally and globally.
The Need for Roots
Exploring the deeper philosophical and spiritual roots of work to advance citizenship, inclusion and to strengthen community.