On 7th February, Onward held a reception in No11 Downing Street to celebrate our Harnessing Technology series.
Capitalism Rewired roundtable: Unleashing new models of finance, innovation and regulation through technology
On 7th February, Onward roundtable on the future of financial services and technology, as part of our Harnessing Technology series.
Onward's latest report finds that universities with the lowest median graduate earnings issue the most unconditional offers and award their vice-chancellors the largest average pay rises.
On Thursday 7 March, Onward's second After Hours event will explore how parties can go beyond the core vote with Johnny Mercer MP.
On 21 February, Onward and Create Streets will come together to host a major conference on housing and planning reform, with Rt Hon James Brokenshire, Sir Edward Lister, Dr Yolande Barnes and others.
On Tuesday 29 February, Onward launched its latest project, on how to get people leaving prison into lasting, stable employment.
Today's Sun carries Onward analysis of marginal seats in a piece about the prospect of a General Election and the likely impact on Britain's electoral geography.
Harnessing the technologies of tomorrow reception, in No.11 Downing Street, with Rt Hon Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer
On 7 February, Onward host a major reception in No11 Downing Street, with the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
In a new policy paper, Onward argues that ministers should consider introducing a graduate tax cut to help younger generations, paid for by reducing the number of low-value university degrees.
An open letter to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, urging the Government to reform land compensation laws to share billions of value created by housing with communities.