Jonathan Birdwell explains Demos's upcoming research into the relationship between a mother's drinking habits and their child's future behaviour.
BBC One's Sunday Morning Live encourages viewers to share their opinions on Demos's welfare reform polling. (From 2min 40sec)
BBC News round-up Demos's fringe debate on welfare reform and note the key findings of the polling discussed.
Demos polling shows substantial public support for government control of benefits spending amongst certain groups.
Richard Reeves discusses his essay A Liberal Inside and positioning on the Today programme (1:14:30)
New Demos research finds strong feelings of resentment and alienation from Muslim Communities
Monday 23rd October 2006, 6pm – 8pm Central Hall, Westminster
Following the departure of Madeleine Bunting, the think tank Demos has promoted Dr Catherine Fieschi to the post of Acting Director. Having previously been Demos’ Head of Research, Catherine will carry forward Demos’ intellectual agenda in the months a
Madeleine Bunting has decided to resign as Director of Demos. Since it has emerged that her vision for Demos is incompatible with that of the trustees, she has decided to focus on her interests as a writer and a thinker at this point in her career. She wi
Responding to his speech today on security and freedom, Demos called on the Home Secretary to make real his pledge to allow all sections of society to play a greater role in delivering security.
New mission will add up economic and social benefits of space and create first long-term strategy for British space programme
Pressure from global movement of people will increase while attempts to tighten controls may actually reduce national security
Children have become ‘invisible citizens’ whose lives are increasingly controlled by over-protective adults
Community-based organisations can’t tackle social exclusion if they are ‘instruments of government policy’