A hopeful vote: Fresh ideas for democratic renewal

Faith in democracy is at an epic low. Trust in politics is shot. The quality of policy-making in government is…

Posted by Events on June 24th, 2022

The Case for a Universal Work Service – Launch with Jonathan Ashworth MP

After the pandemic, the UK’s labour market is in an unusual position, simultaneously experiencing low unemployment and a record 1.28…

Posted by Events on May 15th, 2022

PLATFORM SOCIALISM: James Muldoon in Conversation with Demos

Join Demos and James Muldoon as we discuss his new book, Platform Socialism.

As Elon Musk moves on Twitter, join…

Posted by Events on May 17th, 2022

CITIZENS: Jon Alexander in conversation with Polly Mackenzie

Join Demos and Jon Alexander as we launch his new book, Citizens.

Citizens charts the recent rise of…

Posted by Events on February 23rd, 2022

Government in the Exponential Age

The engines of our democracy are creaking. Where once our parliament ushered in eras of change, now it more often seems to…

Posted by Stephanie Lenz on October 28th, 2021

LIPSIT and Demos Drinks Reception

This event is happening as a part of the Conservative Party Conference on 3rd-6th October.

New research from the LIPSIT…

Posted by Stephanie Lenz on September 20th, 2021

Stronger Together: Putting Volunteering at the Heart of Building Back Better

The stronger bonds we built with our communities were one of few silver linings of the pandemic, with many people volunteering…

Posted by Stephanie Lenz on September 21st, 2021

Move Fast and Build Things: How can housing level up Britain?

This event is happening as a part of the Conservative Party Conference on 3rd-6th October.

Levelling Up constitutes this government’s…

Posted by Stephanie Lenz on September 20th, 2021

Growth for the Many: Ensuring Local Democracy Survives Levelling Up

This event is happening as a part of the Labour Party Conference on 25-29th September.

New research from…

Posted by Events on September 20th, 2021

Jon Yates and Polly Mackenzie: How to fix a divided society

As we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, our society is arguably more divided than ever. But over the last year,…

Posted by Events on June 21st, 2021

Risky Business: How can SMEs be better protected against cyberattacks?

Small and medium sized businesses, from local shops to start-ups, are the backbone of our economy. The Covid-19 pandemic has…

Posted by Events on June 21st, 2021

The Internet and End of Life

People living with a terminal illness, their loved ones and carers, and those who have been bereaved are increasingly turning…

Posted by Events on June 2nd, 2021

Working Solutions: Advancing workplace fairness after The Sewell Report

The past decades have seen real progress in improving the diversity and inclusivity of workplaces: expectations that businesses recruit, support…

Posted by Events on May 27th, 2021

Trusting the Data: A People’s View of Responsible Technology

The Covid-19 pandemic has both accelerated the trend of digitalisation, and highlighted how data and technology can support public health…

Posted by Events on May 19th, 2021

Everyday Places: How do we invest in our places for tomorrow?

As Britain emerges from the pandemic, leaders across Westminster and the business world need to ensure their decisions are part…

Posted by Events on April 30th, 2021

Communities of Humanitarian Thought: The Case for Change in a Time of Crisis

On 5 May The British Red Cross and Demos held the launch of “Communities of Humanitarian Thought: The Case…

Posted by Events on April 9th, 2021

The Great Risk Transfer: How Can Individuals Manage New Risks in the 21st Century?

Recent decades have seen institutions, such as employers and financial services, give people more choice and flexibility, but these freedoms…

Posted by Events on March 8th, 2021

The Good Web Festival

Join Demos and GCHQ for a collaborative one day workshop on the future of the internet.

Who are the architects of the…

Posted by Events on February 23rd, 2021

The Care Commitment: In conversation with Danny Kruger MP

With increasing momentum for change in our social care system in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has never been…

Posted by Events on February 11th, 2021

Workshift Commission: What a new model of work should look like

Demos is launching a major new programme on the future of work after Coronavirus with an online panel discussion.