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What are the Keys to Citizenship?

Citizenship is about living a good life – of our own choosing – and making contributions to the community whilst respecting the rights of others to pursue their own path.

In the following film made by Brian Salisbury and the Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship in Canada, Simon Duffy describes the 7 keys to achieving citizenship in practice for everyone.



The publisher is the Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship.

Film: Keys to Citizenship © Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship 2017.

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Simon Duffy

Simon Duffy

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Wendy Perez on Citizenship

Film: Wendy Perez on Citizenship

In this film Wendy Perez talks about Citizenship drawing on her work and her own experiences.

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.

History of Keys to Citizenship

History of Keys to Citizenship

Sam Sly describes where the Keys to Citizenship came from and how they've changed over time.

Keys to Citizenship

Keys to Citizenship

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

Keys to Citizenship

Keys to Citizenship

Citizenship is a practical and achievable goal for all of us - the keys to citizenship explains how.

Claiming Full Citizenship

Claiming Full Citizenship

The Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship has created a website hosting a series of films following the Claiming Full Citizenship conference in Vancouver in 2015.