Eugene joined Demos in October 2009. His research interests include welfare-to-work programmes and public service reform, disability, education and child development.
Eugene has a Masters with a Distinction in Human Rights and a First Class Honours Degree in International Relations from the University of Sussex.
This pamphlet investigates the impact of the proposed welfare reform on disabled people.
This pamphlet investigates the best way to measure the additional cost of disability, in light of the proposed changes to DLA.
This pamphlet is the first report in a new tracking study, the Disability in Austerity study, which will follow five disabled families through the course of this Parliament.
This project explores how pre-work training can improve life chances for young people, particularly disadvantaged groups.More
This project will focus on school-to-work transition: how our education and training systems are preparing young people for employment.More
Eugene Grant says that state and society can't escape it's responsibility towards the disabled.