The Outrage Election: A CASM investigation conducted with BBC Click
Beyond the Bubble: The online conversation on research and development
Contractors and other flexible workers should enjoy a higher minimum wage than those with secure employment, according to new Demos report The Liquidity Trap.
The Liquidity Trap: Financial experience and inclusion in the liquid workforce
Bringing Britain Together: A manifesto for consensus politics
English language provision opens doors to new migrants and should be properly resourced Integration is never far from the headlines and often ...
Emerging divisions on trade after Brexit: A paper in partnership with Demos
Value Added: How better government procurement can build a fairer Britain
Stand By Me: Managing wellbeing in the Civil Service during times of change: A good practice guide for ideas and change
Giving a Bit: Charitable fundraising in our digital age
Research 4.0: Research in the age of automation
People Powered Planning
Holy Alliances: Church-secular partnerships for social good
Biddable Youth: Sports and esports gambling advertising on twitter
Quality Control: Reading, publishing and the modern attention economy
The Good Credit Index: Mapping the UK's credit environment
The way we consume content has changed almost beyond recognition in the digital age. Vast swathes of the published written word are ...
Able to Excel: (Discussion Paper) The case for enabling talented young disabled graduates to realise their potential and reach the top.
Protected by Design: New fraud protections for people at risk
The Wealth Within: the ‘Preston Model’ and the new municipalism
Warring Songs: Information Operations in the Digital Age: Fake news is not the problem
Active Ageing: An Anchor Hanover report in association with Demos
Frances Ryan covers our Pathways from Poverty: the future of the DWP report in a Guardian opinion piece.
Director of CASM, Alex Krasodomski-Jones responds to the government's white paper on regulating online harms for the NewStatesmen
This week, the Office for National Statistics released their first statistics on which occupations they believe are at the highest risk of ...
The Guardian covers the findings from our report, Pathways from Poverty: the future of the DWP
Pathways from Poverty: The future of the DWP
The Observer covers our report Pathways from Poverty calling for a radical change in how we deliver benefits and welfare.