Ipsos MORI helps develop new GCSE qualification in Northern Ireland
School pupils in Northern Ireland are to be offered a new GCSE in statistics - part of the north's exams board's growing portfolio of `stem' qualifications - which has been developed in partnership with local employers like Ipsos MORI.
New global poll finds unemployment remains the top issue globally - but in Britain, healthcare is now the single biggest worry
New Ipsos Global @dvisor study finds that majority of people across 25 countries think their country is on the wrong track - Mexico, Italy, South Korea, South Africa, France and Brazil are the most concerned.
Three in four women around the world believe there are unequal rights in their country
On the eve of International Women's Day, new data from Ipsos Global @dvisor shows that although the vast majority in 24 countries around the world say they believe men and women should be treated equally (88% on average), most still think the current situation is one of inequality in terms of social, political and/or economic rights (72% on average).
Captains of Industry are committed to championing diversity and inclusion in the workplace, but women remain scarce on executive boards
Captains of Industry say that despite nearly all board members on the FTSE 500 saying they are actively promoting and championing diversity and inclusion in their company (86%), a very large proportion say they have no female board members at all (71%).