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Demos is another 'third way' think tank in the UK. According to its website "Demos is a greenhouse for new ideas which can improve the quality of our lives. As an independent think tank, our aim is to create an open resource of knowledge and learning that operates beyond traditional parties, identities and disciplines." [1]

(NOT RELATED TO Demos: A Network for Ideas & Action)

Board

Accessed November 2013: [1]

Board (2012)

Accessed October 2012: [2]

Advisory Group

Advisory Council

Accessed October 2012: [4]

Former Advisory Council

Partners

  • 3i
  • Age Concern
  • BDO Stoy Hayward
  • BECTA
  • Bell Pottinger
  • British Energy
  • British Gas
  • BT Forum
  • Building Societies Association
  • Bull Information Systems
  • Cable and Wireless
  • Calouste Gulbenkian
  • Carnegie Young People's Initiative
  • C&A
  • CFBT
  • Channel 4
  • Commission for Racial Equality
  • Community Action Network
  • Coopers and Lybrand
  • Denplan
  • Department for Culture, Media & Sport
  • Department for Education and Skills
  • Department of Trade and Industry
  • Design Council
  • Edexcel Foundation
  • EDS Ltd
  • egovernment solutions
  • ELWa - Education and Learning in Wales
  • Environment Agency
  • EzGov
  • Further education Development Fund
  • Forum for the Future
  • HEDRA Limited
  • IBM
  • ICL
  • I&DeA
  • Institute of Management
  • Jobs for the Future
  • Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Ketchum Communications
  • Kids' Club Network
  • KPMG Consulting
  • Lifelong Learning Foundation
  • London Arts Board
  • London Tourist Board
  • Mercury
  • MMO2
  • NAHT
  • National College for School Leadership
  • National House-Building Council
  • National Union of Teachers
  • National Westminster Bank
  • Nationwide Building Society
  • NatWest Group
  • NatWest Life
  • NESTA
  • New Opportunities Fund
  • North Southwark EAZ
  • Northern Foods
  • Norwich Union
  • Oracle Corporation UK Ltd
  • PAULO
  • Pearson
  • Pre-School Learning Alliance
  • ProShare
  • Prudential
  • Prudential Plc
  • Reed Personnel Services Plc
  • Resource
  • Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors
  • Scottish and Newcastle
  • Scottish Power
  • SEEVEAZ
  • Sequent Computer Systems Ltd
  • Shell International
  • Solace
  • Solar Foundation
  • Sorrel Foundation
  • Tesco
  • Thames Water
  • The Architecture Foundation
  • The Carnegie United Kingdom Trust
  • The Camelot Foundation
  • The Charities Aid Foundation
  • The City of Athens
  • The Corporation of London
  • The Esmee Fairbairn Charitable Trust
  • The Economic and Social Research Council
  • The Gatsby Charitable Foundation
  • The Government of Ireland
  • The Government of Italy
  • The Housing Corporation
  • The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
  • The Lattice Foundation
  • The London Planning Advisory Committee
  • The Lord Ashdown Charitable Settlement
  • The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
  • The RAC
  • The Tedworth Charitable Trust
  • Tomorrow's People
  • T-Mobile (UK)
  • UKISC
  • Various local authorities
  • VSNTO
  • VSO
  • John Wiley and Sons
  • Woolworths

Contact details

Demos
Third Floor
Magdalen House
136 Tooley Street
London SE1 2TU
tel: 0845 458 5949
fax: 020 7367 4201
Web: http://www.demos.co.uk/

Related Sourcewatch

External links

  • Geraldine Bedell, Geoff and Martin's Big Idea", The Independent (London), Sunday Review, January 24, 1993.
  • Peter Popham, "They bear menaces rather than gifts - but new Labour is welcoming their ideas", The Independent (London), September 25, 1996, page 15.
  • Ann Barr, "The swot who knows best; As the election nears, think-tanks move into top gear. The highest profile belongs to Geoff Mulgan's Demos, promoter of a report on 'Tomorrow's Women'", Focus, The Independent (London), March 9, 1997, page 19.
  • William Clark, "The Tainted Word", Variant, issue 13, Summer 2001.
  • Rob Blackhurst, "The sad decline of the policy wonks", The New Statesman, January 31st, 2005. (Blackhurst, the former Communications Director of the Foreign Policy Centre, refers to Demos in this article).


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