Comments by Trevor Phillips at the launch of the Demos Integration Hub sparked a debate in The Guardian.
Speaking at the launch of an integration hub by the think tank Demos, Mr Phillips said the adoption of the BME/BAME terms by the government had been wrong.
Research Director Duncan O'Leary interviewed by German news publication Deutsche Welle.
British Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities are living segregated lives, according to a study by leading think tank Demos, released on 20 May.
In soon-to-be-published Facebook-commissioned research done by UK think tank DEMOS, in a comparison with hate speech, counterspeech had significantly more impact as measured by interactions and shares.
“We've seen a worrying radical decline in conventional political participation at the same time as an explosion in digital activity,” said Carl Miller from think tank Demos.
"A worrying number of young people who are taking up extremist and very radical ideas,” said Jamie Bartlett. “But I don't think that you tackle the problem right at the very end, you need to tackle it earlier.
The Twitter analysis from Demos' Centre for the Analysis of Social Media featured on Guardian's live blog on Election Day.
Carl Miller, research director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at the think tank Demos, says voting patterns among young people - particularly first-time voters with no ballot box history to look back on - are becoming less predictable.<
Demos releases The Liberal Republic and announces new Advisory Council
Make people Britain’s First Emergency Service, says report
Today, Wednesday 4 March, Demos launches 'Knowledge Nomads', the final installment in it's 'Atlas of Ideas' series. 'Knowledge Nomads' argues that migration is important for both Britain and global science and innovation.
Millions of people in the UK who rely on social care risk becoming “second class citizens” unless their rights are protected by an NHS-style Constitution, a Demos report warns today.
Demos is today unveiling a major project to research 'progressive conservative' policies at an event with senior Conservative and Labour figures.
Demos is pleased to announce the appointment of two leading researchers to develop a new programme of research tackling social mobility and inclusion.
Michael Gove, Vince Cable and James Purnell are the most radical politicians in Britain, according to a Demos survey released today.
The Minister for Immigration Liam Byrne today claimed that Labour is the only party that can ‘refresh’ Britain’s sense of community.
The Board of Trustees of Demos have appointed Richard Reeves to the role of Director.