Demos Director Polly Mackenzie writes for the Evening Standard on why we need to stop despairing about British politics.
A Better Work Capability Assessment is Possible
The Guardian covers findings from Demos' report on the Work Capability Assessment.
Your Attention Please: The Social and Economic Impact of ADHD
Demos is twenty five years old but has never been more needed than it is now. Nations need a ‘demos’: a collective ...
The Huffington Post covers findings from Demos' first Technology Education Project paper on tackling the spread and consumption of Child Sex Abuse Imagery online.
The Telegraph covers Demos' first Technology Education Project paper on tackling the spread and consumption of Child Sex Abuse Imagery online.
Tech Education Project: Online Child Sexual Abuse Imagery
Yesterday, the Government unveiled its long-awaited careers strategy, two years after it was first promised by the former Education Minister Sam Gyimah. ...
Citizens’ Voices: Insights from focus groups conducted in England for the project, At Home in One’s Past.
Demos' acting director, Sophie Gaston, in Times Red Box discussing our focus groups across England on citizens' perspectives on society, culture and politics
Nicky Morgan MP writing in Times Red Box covers findings from our Moral Web report, looking into the impact of social media on young people's character development.
Claudia Wood, Director of Demos, discusses why the changes to Universal Credit announced in the 2017 Budget do not go far enough
Demos' focus groups gaining perspectives on citizens' views of English society, culture and politics were covered by the Washington Post.
The Guardian covers Demos-PwC The Good Growth for Cities report
Rodney Brooks, one of the world’s leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) researchers of the last 20 years, has recently written an article pointing ...
The Telegraph covers Demos' research on the crisis in retirement housing.
At the Conservative Party Conference last month, Demos hosted an event with the social housing provider Orbit regarding their role is helping ...
Claudia Wood, Director at Demos, discusses the often overlooked shortage in suitable housing for older people in The Guardian
When the technology we rely on makes mistakes, what should we do? It feels like a simple question with a simple answer: ...
Graham, who’s in his early 60s, has been unemployed now for over five years. Health problems brought a 15-year career as a ...
The Telegraph covers Demos' research on how social media is impacting the character development of young people.
The Moral Web: Youth character, ethics and behaviour online.
The BBC write up on the findings of Demos research, Next Generation UK, charting the attitudes and aspirations of young people.
With Theresa May speaking at the UN this week, the subject of extremist use of the web is back in the headlines. ...
The Times Red Box covered researcher Alex Krasodomski's analysis of the response on Twitter to the big speeches during this years Conservative Party Conference.
The Holiday Childcare Survey 2017, released today by the Family and Childcare Trust, contains few surprises. The bottom line is that parents ...
Analysis by Sophie Gaston, Demos' Deputy Director, on the 'local' credentials of all 650 MPs after the 2017 General Election, was covered by i News.
The Financial Impact of motor neurone disease: Measuring the financial impacts of diagnosis on individuals and their families
BBC's World at One reports on Dan Jarvis' speech to Demos
The Guardian cover Demos' research on the socio-economic impact of charity shops for the high street, volunteers and employees
In the natural world, earthquakes function to dissipate the pressure building up between opposing tectonic plates. In the political world, however, it ...
Jamie Bartlett, Director for the CASM at Demos, wrote in the Financial Times on the role of government and internet companies in regulating social media to prevent terrorism.
Talking to Ourselves: Political debate and online echo chambers
Demos research on the electoral power of young people in the 2015 election, was quoted by the Guardian.
In the cacophony of post-election analysis, one narrative has stood out: it appears the youth turnout rate surged. We do not yet ...
Nothing to Fear but Fear itself, a report lead by Sophie Gaston, Head of International Projects, which included findings on Swedish views of immigration, was quoted by the Economist.
Digital Citizens: Countering Extremism Online