On Tuesday 16th July, we launch Beyond the Net Migration Target, a major new report on migration policy.
On Wednesday 3rd July we launch Human Capital. The report sets out how technological change will entrench Britain’s regional and political divisions unless the next Prime Minister pursues radical policies to retrain millions of workers.
On Tuesday 25th June we publish Unlocking a Better Life. The report sets out how the prison system should be shaken up to place education and employment at the heart of efforts to curb Britain's stubbornly high reoffending rates.
On 31 May, we published Firing on All Cylinders, by Neil O'Brien MP, which sets out how to get the economy working for all parts of the country.
Onward research calls for heads to ban mobile phone use in schools.
This morning, 50 MPs, including 6 serving Cabinet Ministers and 42 MPs from the 2015 and 2017 intakes, urged the Government to target younger voters on the back of Onward's report, Generation Why?
On 8 April, we published, Generation Why?, Onward's landmark report into generational voting patterns, policy priorities and political values. It reveals why young people and old people are voting in such different ways and is backed by six leading Cabinet Ministers and 40 MPs from the 2015 and 2017 intakes.
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 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.