As part of CRU's Information Program and the belief that generating, sharing and disseminating information will lead to grass roots change in communities, CRU is proud to present the Occasional Papers series.
These papers are by people who are part of CRU's wider network, who are exploring issues relevant to authentic change in the lives of people with disabilities, their families and the people who walk alongside them. Occasional Papers complement the workshops, projects and developmental work that CRU engages in, by providing perspectives on current issues and concerns.
These Occasional Papers are published in addition to CRUcial Times and will only appear on this website.
So enjoy the read and we look forward to any feedback and suggestions for future topics.
- Occasional Paper No. 3 - The Art of Asking by Ric Thompson / June 2005
- Occasional Paper No.4 - Exploring whether there is an Optional Relationship between Public Bureaucracies and Community by Michael Kendrick / September 2005