Global study shows that six in ten Britons – above the global average – believe religion does more harm than good
People across 23 countries are divided on religion’s impact on the world, but most say they are tolerant of people with different beliefs to them. Six in ten Britons – above the global average – believe religion does more harm than good, and only one in four say religion defines them as a person.
Taking a stand: how do companies get it right?
New research from the Ipsos Global Reputation Centre asked business leaders, consumers, Members of Parliament, and journalists for their views on corporate activism – examining the potential risks and benefits of taking a corporate stance, how organisations can determine which issues they speak on, and how to communicate their views when they do.