The Centre for Welfare Reform was formed in 2009 to help create a world where everyone can be an equal citizen.

The Centre is a citizen think tank. We are not funded by big business or government. We exist because of donations and voluntary effort and share information and ideas for free.

The Centre is based in Sheffield, Yorkshire, in the North of England. We have over 100 Fellows around the world who contribute to our work.

Everyone is equal - everyone matters. But too often we are divided, isolated and alone. We need to live together in a spirit of equality and justice - taking care of each other and our planet.

In 2016 the Centre helped to create Citizen Network, a global cooperative that brings together individuals and groups to create a world where everyone matters.