Sophie Gaston, Head of International Projects, writes for the Telegraph on why we cannot afford to dismiss the appeal of populist leaders.
Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself?
A reception to celebrate the launch of Demos' new European study on populism. read on
Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: Mapping the Rising Culture and Politics of Fear in the European Union
Our Claudia Wood writes for Reaction on why the plans in the Budget are only a stopgap solution for social care.
Digital Citizens: Countering Extremism Online
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Josh Smith of Demos' Centre for the Analysis of Social Media writes for the Telegraph on how social media companies can do more to tackle hate speech and abuse.
In the immediate aftermath of the American Presidential Election, there was some rather brutal soul-searching about the role that the mainstream media ...
The Huffington Post cites our recent report on the "echo chamber" effect on social media channels.
Commissioning in Children’s Services – What Works?: Seeking best practice in a sensitive, complex policy area
El Pais reports on the findings of Demos' pan-European research project on the politics of fear.
In her recent speech on the shared society, May articulated a cautiously optimistic world view. According to May, the UK is “a ...
Demos' Head of International Projects and External Affairs, Sophie Gaston, discusses our research into the recent wave of populism in Europe with Bloomberg.
The Rise of Digital Politics: How social media are changing our political interactions and engagement