A landmark programme to understand the changing nature of community in different parts of the UK, and explore ways to repair the social fabric of different places in meaningful and practical ways. Our Social Fabric programme is currently supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Youth Futures Foundation and Power to Change.
The New Statesman reports on Onward's 'Burnt Out Britain' report, along with exclusive data.
Siobhan Baillie and fellow backbench MPs are to put pressure on Hunt to cut childcare costs. Onward report 'First Steps' finds that childcare costs have risen by an average of 21% across the UK in the past 5 years. Baillie and her colleagues follow Onward's recommendation to relax regulations that could help more people join the childcare industry.
Emma Duncan's article for The Times on threats to democracy makes use of Onward's report 'The Kids Aren't Alright', citing the survey finding that three-fifths of 18 to 44 year olds think that 'having a strong leader who does not have to bother with parliament or elections' would be a good way to run the country.