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Jul 6

UK schools 'racially divided', research shows

The Telegraph covers the launch of the Demos Integration Hub's Education chapter.

Jul 6

Cultural segregation of school pupils is only declining slowly

Yorkshire Post covers the launch of the Demos Integration Hub's Education chapter.

Jul 6

Racial segregation in schools holds white pupils back, thinktank warns

The Guardian covers the launch of the Demos Integration Hub's Education chapter.

Jul 6

Schools more divided than in US riot city

The Times covers the launch of the Demos Integration Hub's Education chapter.

Jul 5

Schools in wider racial split than St Louis

The Sunday Times trails the launch of the Demos Integration Hub's Education chapter.

Jul 3

Students really can make a big difference

The Scotsman revisits Demos' Generation Citizen report, which showed "the headlines are often dominated by news that a difficult future lies ahead for the next generation – a future clouded by a competitive and fast-changing labour marke

Jul 3

Inside the online world not indexed by search engines

In “The Dark Net,” Jamie Bartlett, director of the Center for the Analysis of Social Media at the British think tank Demos, provides a bracing tour of this digital underworld, writes the Washington Post.

Jul 3

Duncan O'Leary on Newsnight

Duncan O'Leary is interviewed on Newsnight about the Government's decision to devolve the Independent Living Fund to local authorities.

Jun 30

Children on Free School Meals Less Likely to Take Part in Sports

Ralph Scott introduces the findings of Demos' Learning by Doing report on London Live.

Jun 29

Poorer pupils less likely to take part in extra-curricular work

The Yorkshire Post covers Demos' Learning by Doing report.

Nov 30

Launch of the Commission on Assisted Dying

Demos launched an independent inquiry into assisted dying with a speech by Lord Falconer.

Nov 15

New data exposes challenges of rolling out Personal Care Budgets

Research shows that local authorities face significant challenges in implementing personal budgets.

Nov 12

Demos: 200,000 people a year should die at home, not in hospital

New Demos research shows that far more people are dying in hospital than want to, which could be remedied by founding an end of life care service.

Oct 20

Osborne gambling with economic confidence

Kitty Ussher warns that confidence is key following the Spending Review.

Oct 20

Next generation say Chancellor should cut slower

New Demos research shows that young people would prefer a slower deficit reduction strategy, with more revenue raised through taxation.

Oct 8

Disabled People Hit By £9bn of Welfare Cuts

New research by Demos shows disabled people will be caught in the cross-fire of Government cuts.

Sep 16

Demos appoints Kitty Ussher as Director

Demos is delighted to announce former Treasury Minister Kitty Ussher as the new Director of Demos

Aug 27

Silence from secret services could aid extremism

New research from Demos highlights the role that conspiracy theories play in extremist groups.

Aug 23

Labour failed to address immigration concerns

Labour's next leader must be prepared to engage with voters over immigration.

Aug 18

Apprenticeships improve earning power and life skills

Demos calls on government to do more to offer apprenticeships to young people not in employment, education or training.