Latest publications to download
London mayoral hustings report4 May 2016
Our report of the London mayoral disability hustings we co-hosted with our partner charities. Read to see what questions were asked and how the candidates answered.
The long wait for a home19 April 2015
Thousands of disabled people are stuck for years living in homes that are damaging to their health and their dignity as councils fail to provide the help they need.
GP survey results tables for report ‘The Real Cost of the Lack of Disabled-Friendly Homes’27 February 2015
Tables of results for GP polling as part of the research into the lack of disabled-friendly homes.
The real cost of the lack of disabled-friendly homes27 February 2015
The lack of disabled-friendly homes in the UK is placing intolerable pressure on health and care services.
No Place Like Home: 5 million reasons to make housing disabled-friendly1 December 2014
Our research has found that national governments and councils are failing to provide the disabled-friendly housing the UK needs.
Our last six months — January to June 20149 September 2014
This issue of our biannual newsletter looks back on the first half of 2014.
The Hidden Housing Crisis16 July 2014
One in ten people in Great Britain report some kind of mobility problem. That is 5 million people who are likely to need disabled-friendly homes.
Realising the rights of women and girls with disabilities26 March 2014
In this policy briefing we explore the issues faced by women and girls with disabilities around the globe.
Moving from 15-minute care to person-centred commissioning5 March 2014
We brought together representatives from local government, policy groups and home care providers to discuss how to tackle the problem of 15-minute care visits.
Tales from an Imaginary Country16 January 2014
Tales from an imaginary country is a new publication from our Research Centre that reveals the stark reality for many people with disabilities in developing countries.