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Jun 15

Give charities 100 per cent mandatory relief on business rates in England, sector bodies recommend

According to a 2013 report on charity shops by the think tank Demos, charity shops account for 5 per cent of charitable rate relief in England, writes The Third Sector.

Jun 10

Humour as a weapon in the faltering fight against Isis

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Jun 10

Students with 'grit' do not push themselves to excess

In light of new research on students' character attributes, BBC News cites Demos' Character Nation report.

Jun 5

Viewpoint: How do you instil good character?

The teaching of good character in schools has been backed by the government. But just how do you go about that asks, Jonathan Birdwell.

Jun 5

What do we need to do to get schools to embrace character education?

Ralph Scott argues in the Times' Educational Supplement for character education to be embedded in the UK's schooling system.

Jun 5

Mass surveillance is being undermined by the ‘Snowden effect’

The 'Snowden Effect' has undermined governments' mass surveillance attempts, writes Alex Krasodomski-Jones in the Spectator.

Jun 5

Nicky Morgan: top rugby coaches to teach pupils 'grit and respect'

The Telegraph trails Demos' Character Nation report.

Jun 5

What could a post-Miliband policy agenda look like?

Charlie Cadywould argues in LabourList why pre-distribution should remain a central flank of Labour's policy platform.

Jun 5

5.3m homes unoccupied by ‘last time buyers’

Demos research on lack of retirement-specific housing featured in Property Week.

Jun 5

The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld

PopMatters prints an exclusive extract of Jamie Bartlett's book, The Dark Net, ahead of its US launch.

Jul 6

61% of ethnic minority kids in England - and 90% in London - begin Year 1 in schools where ethnic minorities are the majority of the student body

New analysis from the Demos Integration Hub shows that ethnic minority children, who now represent 26 per cent of all school students in England, are substantially more likely than White British children t

Jul 3

Demos Responds to the Government's Child Poverty Measures

Research Director Duncan O'Leary responds to the Government's proposed amendments to the definitions of child poverty.

Jun 29

Free School Meals Kids Miss out on Character-Building Extra-Curricular Activities

New Demos report with exclusive polling finds students on Free Schools Meals (FSM) are less likely than their counterparts to take part in extra-curricular activities, and are more disengaged with school.

Jun 4

Reform Ofsted to Assess Students' Character on par with Grades

A new report from Demos, published in partnership with the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues at the University of Birmingham, calls for ‘character’ to be permanently embedded in the UK&a

May 28

Demos Responds to the Government's Education Bill

Ralph Scott, Senior Researcher at Demos, responds to the Education Bill announced in the 2015 Queen's Speech.

May 27

Demos Responds to the Government's Extremism Bill

Demos responds to the Government's Extremism Bill, announced in the Queen's Speech.

May 21

Integration Hub Reveals Mixed Fortunes of Britain's Minorities

A ground-breaking new online Integration Hub was launched today by cross-party think tank Demos, bringing together cutting-edge research and statistics on ethno-cultural integration and segregation in mode

May 20

The Forward March of Labour

A full copy of Tristram Hunt MP's Speech to Demos on Wednesday 20 May 2015.

Apr 30

Education Six Times More Important than Immigration for Young Voters

First stats from 120,000 users of Verto voter choice app reveals key Election youth priorities.

Apr 9

Out of Step: Twitter Bucks Opinion Polls on Immigration

A new study from Demos’ Centre for the Analysis of Social Media (CASM) reveals that Twitter conversations about immigration contrast enormously with public opinion polling on the issue.