Onward's landmark report into generational attitudes received widespread media coverage on the day of publication
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.
On 19 March, we will host our second Onward After Hours event on the second most important political event of the year, which virtually no one is talking about: the 2019 Spending Review.
Onward's recent work on higher education reform has created a fair amount of debate in the mainstream and trade media. This blog is a short response to various questions and comments we have received.
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.
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.
Onward's latest research report, A Question of Degree, has received [...]