Digital Inclusion Report for UK Online Centres
More than 150 UK online centres were involved in delivering the 20 Social Impact Demonstrator projects, which ran for up to fifteen months from January 2007 to March 2008. All the projects collected data about their visitors and programmes, using a research structure designed by Ipsos MORI.
This report brings together those research findings with qualitative evidence from each project, and some more in-depth insights into the findings and experiences of individual projects.
The reputation of local government
This report presents the findings of a literature review of research into public attitudes towards local government in England. This was conducted by the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute on behalf of the Local Government
Association (LGA) to support the launch of the `My Council' campaign among English local authorities.
The London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games
A set of strategic objectives has been drawn up and agreed across Government to enable the UK to host an inspirational, safe and inclusive London 2012 Olympic Games & Paralympic Games, and to deliver a sustainable legacy for London and the UK.
A New Reality: government and the IPOD generation
This report suggests some ways that politics can connect up with IPODs. It draws on the latest research into young people's attitudes in general and into successful consumer relationships, including branding. While IPODs do want a new relationship with government, different from the status quo, the good news is that we can learn from the relationships which are already working in other areas of their lives.