Jamie Bartlett, Director of CASM at Demos, discusses preventing the radicalization of young men on online platforms on BBC World Service.
Demos has a long-standing interest in the social and financial impact of disability and health conditions. People living with serious health conditions ...
The Financial Impact of motor neurone disease: Measuring the financial impacts of diagnosis on individuals and their families
In an election called to shore up a Brexit negotiating position – with an added bonus of decimating the Opposition at the ...
Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: Mapping the Rising Culture and Politics of Fear in the European Union
Josh Smith, researcher at the Centre for Analysis of Social Media at Demos, speaks to Public Technology about our research into using data to improve the understanding of patient needs.
Governance by Dashboard
Ian Wybron, Head of Social Policy, speaks to the Guardian about new Demos research into young people's feelings of national identity.
The triggering of Article 50 this week will finally kick-off the formal process of Brexit. In two years’ time, unless the 27 ...
Carl Miller, Research Director of the Centre for Analysis of Social Media at Demos, speaks to New Scientist about young people's views on the political process.
Talking to Ourselves: Political debate and online echo chambers
Sophie Gaston, Head of International Projects at Demos, speaks about nationalism and our new research on populism in Europe on the BBC's Moral Maze.
In the immediate aftermath of the American Presidential Election, there was some rather brutal soul-searching about the role that the mainstream media ...
Tom Startup, Researcher in Demos' Modern Economy programme, speaks about our new findings on the impact of Brexit in Northern Ireland.
Digital Citizens: Countering Extremism Online