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Events

Mind the Gap: The Distance Between the Establishment and the Rest

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

The Legatum Institute welcomed Jeremy Vine, one of the BBC's best known and best loved presenters.

Events

Ethics in Business

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

As part of our Cultural Transformation series, we were delighted to welcome Prue Leith CBE to the Institute. 

Commentary

Cristina Odone writes in the Guardian that parenting classes could make a significant difference for families

Saturday, 20 May 2017

Cristina Odone, Director of Legatum Institute's Cultural Transformation programme was wrote in the Guardian about the benefits of ensuring all parents have access to parenting classes. 

Read the full article here

Read the report on Parenting Skills Classes here.


Commentary

Britain's Mums and Dads are providing their children with more than just a housing deposit

Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Cristina Odone, Director of Legatum Institute's Centre for Character and Values, writes in The Daily Telegraph about the important role of parents beyond just providing the funds necessary to own a home.

Our polling found that respondents overwhelmingly believe family is important in creating the best environment for young people to flourish. Parenting classes are found to be very helpful yet their delivery is inconsistent in providing the support needed across the country. 

Read the full article here.

Cristina Odone interviewed 70 parents and a number of experts as part of her research. Listen to some of these interviews here


Events

What are the institutions that matter and how do we restore confidence in them? An evening with Sir Roger Scruton.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Sir Roger Scruton, one of Britain’s foremost philosophers, and the author of over 40 books, spoke to a packed room at the Legatum Institute on the importance of Britain’s institutions at a time of great change in the wake of Brexit.


Commentary

How better parenting can keep families functioning

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Cristina Odone, Director of Legatum Institute's Centre for Character and Values, writes in CapX about our new report on the quality of parenting classes in the UK.Our polling found that respondents overwhelmingly believe family is important in creating the best environment for young people to flourish. Parenting classes are found to be very helpful yet their delivery is inconsistent in providing the support needed across the country. 

Read the full article here.

Cristina Odone interviewed 70 parents and a number of experts as part of her research. Listen to some of these interviews here


Commentary

Cristina Odone on Woman's Hour discussing the benefit of parenting classes for all parents

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Cristina Odone, Director of Legatum Institute's Cultural Transformation programme was interviewed on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour about the findings of our recent report into parenting classes. She said it's time we break the stigma around parenting classes as they provide valuable support and skills to all parents. 

Listen to the interview here.

Cristina Odone interviewed 70 parents and a number of experts as part of her research. Listen to some of these interviews here


Commentary

It helps to admit your failures as a parent

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

With the launch of our new research into parenting classes, Cristina Odone, Director of Legatum Institute's Cultural Transformation programme writes for The Times that parenting classes would benefit all parents and that there shouldn't be a stigma attached to them.

Read the full article here.

Publications

Parenting Skills Classes: Transforming the Next Generation

Monday, 10 April 2017

Families are the bedrock of our society and this is recognised by the public at large—as our recent survey accompanying this report confirms, 84 percent of respondents endorse this statement.

Read the full report here.

Cristina Odone interviewed 70 parents and a number of experts as part of her research. Listen to some of these interviews here

 

 


Press Release

More parenting classes needed to be like Kate and Wills

Monday, 10 April 2017

British parents want more help in learning parenting skills, a new survey shows.

In a report for the London-based think-tank and educational charity, the Legatum Institute, the Bheard polling organisation showed that far from worrying about interference by a nanny state, parents actively want more parenting classes. 


Events

The Road to Somewhere, with David Goodhart

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

The Legatum Institute hosted a public lecture on 5th April  by best-selling author and political commentator David Goodhart, on his new book, The Road to Somewhere.


Commentary

In CapX, Cristine Odone writes that Italians may live longer but they don't all prosper.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Cristina Odone, Director of Legatum Institute's Centre for Character and Values writes in CapX some Italians may be living long and healthy lives, with pensioners clinging to memories of the “economic miracle” that made for a dolce vita, but those under 30 are stuck paying the bill for their elders’ indulgence.

Read the article in CapX here.

Events

The Tyranny of Orthodoxy: Identity Politics and the Culture of Victimhood with Michael Ramsden

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

The only feeling that is better than being right, in today's culture, is being "wronged". Michael Ramsden asks: As we increasingly identify ourselves as victims of someone else's decisions and call for opposing voices to be silenced, are we heading into a situation where one kind of freedom trumps another?


Events

The Opportunities and Challenges for Britain in a New Post-Brexit Era with Charles Moore

Monday, 6 March 2017

The Legatum Institute was delighted to host Charles Moore in leading a conversation on “The opportunities and challenges for Britain in a new post-Brexit era” at a round table event.

Charles Moore acknowledged that Brexit had marked the triumph of a sovereign state. The example set by the English people was being studied across Europe – and might well be copied across the continent. This was not to ignore, however, the very real challenges, in terms of the movement of goods and people, that could still hinder prosperity, even if temporarily.


Events

Ethics in the Media

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

The Legatum Institute is delighted to be hosting a discussion on “Ethics in the Media”, the inaugural event in the Cultural Transformation Programme. 

Commentary

Cristina Odone appears on BBC's Daily Politics as Guest of the Day

Friday, 24 February 2017

Director of our Cultural Transformation Programme, Cristina Odone appeared on BBC's Daily Politics as Guest of the Day discussing topics including the recent by-elections in Copeland and Stoke and whether it should be possible for one MP to stop new legislation or if there is an argument that there are too many attempts at bringing in new legislation. 

 


Commentary

Cristina Odone appears on BBC 1's Big Questions

Monday, 13 February 2017

Director of our Cultural Transformation Programme, Cristina Odone spoke to Nicky Campbell and an invited audience in Leicester for the Big Questions on Sunday 12th Feb