The BBC looks at new Demos research on the youngest British generation alive and how unobjective media portrayals of it are jeopardizing its future.
People should be ‘nudged’ into planning for their long-term social care costs, argues a new Demos report released today.
False stereotyping of young people in the media and wider society is having a negative effect on both their self-esteem and employment opportunities, reveals new Demos report supported by National Citizen Service (NCS).
Demos reveals findings on young people's issues with debt.
A groundbreaking study by the think tank Demos has found that 10,000 tweets containing a racial slur are posted on Twitter every day.
Consumer bodies should produce quality-based best buy tables for financial institutions, ranking their products on how well they work for customers, according to the think-tank Demos.
Government policies are failing to reduce educational inequality, with a major study finding the attainment gap between poorer and wealthier pupils increasing in half of local authorities.
As many as 4 in 5 ‘squeezed middle’ families in Britain are failing to save enough each month, despite being on incomes of over £30k a year.
The financial impact of cancer costs families the same as an average mortgage, according to a report out by Demos today.
Charity shops act as a life support on Britain’s high streets, providing a number of benefits for local businesses, residents and communities, according to a new Demos report.
The latest analysis from the joint Demos-Birkbeck project reveals a rise in 'comfort-zone segregation'.