Sophie Gaston, Head of International Projects at Demos, wrote an article for Prospect magazine on the seeming neutralization of populism throughout Europe in recent months, but cautions against complacency from the region's leaders.
Much thought is being invested in the question of how the UK can improve its industrial strategy, and how we train young ...
The Financial Impact of motor neurone disease: Measuring the financial impacts of diagnosis on individuals and their families
Demos has a long-standing interest in the social and financial impact of disability and health conditions. People living with serious health conditions ...
Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: Mapping the Rising Culture and Politics of Fear in the European Union
Carl Miller, Research Director for the Centre for Analysis of Social Media at Demos, was quoted in the Guardian discussing the job of countering terrorism online, which falls to the tech companies.
Governance by Dashboard
The Independents covers the findings of a new Demos report on the hidden costs of terminal health diagnosis.
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