No one written off: reforming welfare to reward responsibility
No one written off - case studies
The Green Paper “No one written off: reforming welfare to reward responsibility” was a wide ranging consultation on the future of welfare. It set out plans for improving support and work incentives to create a system that rewards responsibility and delivers greater choice and control over the support that is provided. The consultation closed on 22 October 2008.
A summary of responses to the consultation and the Government’s White Paper will appear on this site.
Get involved – take part in our final consultation event
Our final consultation event is on Friday 24 October in Newcastle – this event is now full.
Read the Green Paper
Section by section - PDF
- Cover (386KB)
- Title (77KB)
- Contents (41KB)
- Foreword (170KB)
- Executive summary (157KB)
- Chapter 1 Promoting opportunity and realising potential (295KB)
- Chapter 2 An obligation to work (503KB)
- Chapter 3 No one written off (377KB)
- Chapter 4 Ending child poverty (190KB)
- Chapter 5 Delivering choice and control for disabled people (208KB)
- Chapter 6 Simplifying and streamlining the benefit system (258KB)
- Chapter 7 Empowerment and devolution – a new way of delivering our services (172KB)
- Chapter 8 Next steps – our commitment to listen (122KB)
Easy read version
- No one written off – Easy read version part 1 (1MB)
- No one written off – Easy read version part 2 (963KB)
- No one written off – Easy read version part 3 (968KB)
No one written off: reforming welfare to reward responsibility – List of consultation questions (13.9KB) rich text format
No one written off - quick read (547KB)
The printed version includes a FREEPOST response form to make it easier for people to send in their views on the policy proposals. If you are running a consultation event, you can order copies using the contact details below.
Watch three short films that explore the steps some of our customers have taken in their journey to secure work after a period of long-term unemployment. Through the continued support of DWP they highlight the challenges each individual has faced and overcome to find a fulfilling job.
More support, higher expectations
More support, higher expectations: the role of conditionality in improving employment outcomes (169KB) considers the impact and effectiveness of conditionality in the UK welfare system
Copies of the consultation
You can order copies of the consultation from:
Post: Department for Work and Pensions, Welfare Reform Green Paper Team, Room 249, Level 2, The Adelphi, 1-11 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6HT
Fax: 020 7712 2458
Telephone: 020 7712 2316
Textphone: 020 7962 8380