Ann Marie Hourihane cites our recent research into misogynistic terms on social media.
Pupil Power: Putting disengaged students back in the driving seat
Demos at the 2016 Party Conferences
This year’s conference season falls just just months after a period of rapid change in British politics and is likely to be the most compelling and engaging conference seasons for many years. read on
Carl Miller gave a TEDx talk in Athens on democracy in the digital age.
Caring for an Ageing Population: Paying for Care Costs in Later Life Using the Value in People’s Homes
Gambling and Social Media: Tackling harmful gambling in the digital age
Over the past month, CASM have worked with ITV’s Peston on Sunday program to take a look at how UK politics is ...
Madhumita Murgia at the Telegraph reports on Demos' misogyny on social media anaysis.
In 2015, Yvette Cooper announced the Reclaim the Internet campaign. This was in response to the abuse, often misogynistic in tone, faced ...
Character by Doing: the potential of the extended school day to build character
Demos and the Scout Association are delighted to host a panel discussion on the potential of the extended school day to improve the provision of character-building activities. read on
Our Head of Citizenship, Ralph Scott, in TES on the value of sport in building character.
Demos’ Character Programme: A hub of leading research to champion character education
Rising to the Top: Tackling the under-representation of British Muslims in top jobs
Talk of the Town: Mapping the fortunes of the satellite towns orbiting England's largest cities
The question of how best to stem the flow of young British Muslims travelling to join Islamic State is often met with ...
Within a few minutes of Iain Duncan Smith’s resignation as Work and Pensions Secretary, the presiding general consensus seemed to be that ...