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Wendy Perez on Citizenship

In this film Wendy Perez of See Me As Me talks about citizenship, drawing on her work and her own experiences. Wendy has recently written Citizenship for All: An Accessible Guide with Simon Duffy.


The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.

Wendy on Citizenship © Centre for Welfare Reform 2014.

All Rights Reserved. No part of this paper may be reproduced in any form without permission from the publisher except for the quotation of brief passages in reviews.

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Wendy Perez

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Keys to Citizenship

Keys to Citizenship

A guide to getting good support for people with learning disabilities.

Citizenship for All: An Accessible Guide

Citizenship for All: An Accessible Guide

Simon Duffy and Wendy Perez have written this accessible guide to citizenship - what it means and how to achieve it. This guide is part of the Citizenship for All project.

Help - What It Really Means

Help - What It Really Means

People with learning disabilities often get help that isn't very helpful. Wendy Perez explains what help really means.

Right to the Same Life

Right to the Same Life

Wendy Perez says people with learning (intellectual) disabilities have the right to the same life as the rest of us.

Person Centred Planners Lose the Plot

Person Centred Planners Lose the Plot

The story of how one self-advocate with learning difficulties came into conflict with the Person Centred Planning industry.

Abusing the Blue Badge Scheme

Abusing the Blue Badge Scheme

Wendy Perez is frustrated that so many people abuse the Blue Badge scheme and make life more difficult for disabled people.