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Mar 27

A week in training: Leadership development strong despite downturn

Training Zone highlights the recommendations of Demos report 'The Skills Paradox' in a discussion on the importance of leadership development despite the current economic downturn.

Mar 26

Localism - can the right ideas be turned into successful policies?

In its discussion on localism, this blog points to Demos Director Richard Reeves' article in the April edition of Prospect magazine.

Mar 26

Worth a look

The guardian politics blog names Richard Reeves' Demos blog posting as one of six political articles 'worth a look'.

Mar 26

Suggested rights to social care

St. Christopher's Hospice goes through an engaged critique of of Demos publication 'A Constitution for Social Care'.

Mar 26

Political notes

Demos director, Richard Reeves, argues that it is easier to talk about localism than to pursue it.

Mar 26

License to Kill

Demos senior researcher Jamie Bartlett and Michael King argue that debarring the mystique and excitement surrounding extremist groups like Al Qaida may be a more effective mode of driving young people away from extreme Islam.

Mar 24

The Politics of Liberty in the Age of ‘Liquid Democracy’

Gerry Hassan names Demos as an exception in his argument on the unclear role of think tanks in the socio-political sphere.

Mar 23

The data trails that reveal every detail of our lives

Kate Hughes calls upon Demos researcher, Peter Bradwell, for insight into the power of digital tracking in the information age.

Mar 23

Is the world of work working?

As unemployment rises in the current recessionary climate Demos Director, Richard Reeves, revaluates the fulfillment from and social value of the work we do.

Mar 16

The Westminster Hour: Red Tories

Phillip Blond discusses the future of Conservatism on Radio 4's 'The Westminster Hour'

Dec 7

Demos: alcohol policy should focus on parenting, not pricing

The Government’s attempts to curb the UK’s hazardous drinking culture would be more effective if they focused on encouraging better parenting, particularly among parents misusing alcohol, say experts at the think tank Demos.

Dec 3

Parents ‘in the dark’ as child nutrition advice isn’t getting through

Child nutrition advice should be displayed on supermarket shelves and online parenting forums to make it more accessible to parents, according to a Demos report.

Nov 27

Demos launches pioneering new model for measuring poverty

Think-tank Demos has launched a pioneering new model for measuring poverty that could transform local social service provision and help thousands of families escape poverty.

Nov 14

Britain’s budding entrepreneurs say “It’s not the economy, stupid”

Entrepreneurs are optimistic and determined but defy stereotypes about their motives, characteristics and attitudes, finds new research from Demos.

Oct 19

Demos: 24,000 Scottish families face severe disadvantage

A new report by the think-tank Demos reveals the full extent of the hardship experienced across Scotland, estimating that 24,000 families face severe disadvantage.

Oct 1

Majority support government control of how people spend benefit payments

New polling released by the think tank Demos shows the majority of people believe the government should start controlling how welfare recipients spend their money.

Sep 21
Jul 12

Private sector must step in to tackle crisis in loneliness among older people

Ageing Sociably argues that businesses must do its bit to tackle the crisis in loneliness among older people.

Jun 26

Housing providers should bid for reablement contracts

Clinical commissioners should look again both at how reablement services are delivered – and who delivers them – as they take responsibility for these schemes from local authorities, says a new report by Demos.

May 27

Demos: Social housing should provide universal preventative support

Early warning systems would save government and housing providers money.