Duncan O'Leary and Paul Skidmore of the think-tank Demos argued that enterprise should be embedded within the teaching of employability skills, for both young people and adult learners.
"Common debate centres around literacy, numeracy, and communicatio
Despite fears that the system could be open to abuse, the government this week made it clear that personal budgets for care are the key to providing services that people really need.
Three years after 7/7 the threat is still real and still misunderstood
The UK think-tank Demos last year published a report Their Space: education for a digital generation. It talks about young people spending their time in a space which adults find difficult to supervise or understand. It found that "the use of digital tech
INNOVATION has become a popular subject on the business bookshelf over the past few years. But few of the new titles have offered much in the way of vision, insight or practical guidance. Two recent works—Charles Leadbeater's “We-Think” (Profile Books) an
The Southwark Lido has been created on a derelict site in Union Street as part of the London Festival of Architecture. The work of collective EXYZT, it is open daily till Sunday 13 July.
Tuesday's debate – entitled Changing the settings, changing polit
A recent experiment, soon to be published in the journal of experimental social psychology, offers provocative evidence that Islamophobia operates in the dark recesses of our unconscious. In the experiment, participants played a computer simulation and we
Having service users involved in the design of public services seems an obvious way to ensure that their needs are met. But a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Demos, a think-tank, says that public services in the UK lag behind those of other cou
NAMP have pointed to the results of an audit which detailed how Muslim officers were often overlooked for specialist operations including counter-terrorism. They also questioned why almost half of the 43 forces across UK didn't responded to the audit ques
He has been frustrated that the inquiry has taken six months. He is only gradually re-emerging into Westminster politics through his interest in Zimbabwe, and at a Demos event on tax evasion by the rich last night.