Think Global and OCR surveyed 500 business leaders from across the country and across sectors to build an up-to-date picture of whether or to what extent our young people are prepared to thrive both today and in the future.
Bridging the Global Skills Gap is based on a national poll with 753 teachers and builds on other Think Global research with businesses, pupils, parents and teachers.
Business leaders see broadening young people's horizons and teaching them about our globalised world as vital if the UK is to compete in the global economy, according to a report by the British Council and Think Global. This report summarises research by with 500 UK chief executives and board level directors in companies with at least 10 employees.
If school leavers are to contribute to a rapidly evolving global economy, then they need to learn about it. Yet our education system at present only does so adequately at the fringes. The evidence in this report shows that learning about global issues at school gives young people the skills to help them access good careers.
This joint publication from Think Global and the Consortium of Development Education Centres summarises detailed mapping work conducted by the DECs Consortium of 21 of its 31 member DECs.
In this briefing Think Global summarises available evidence for the impact of global learning and on the unmet demand for learning about the wider world in school. The briefing references recent research including from the Geographical Association, Ofsted and the CBI amongst others.
This research report from Think Global highlights findings from a YouGov survey of parents' attitudes towards their children's education.
This briefing from Think Global highlights findings from a YouGov survey of parents' attitudes towards their children's education. For policymakers this research indicates a strong demand from parents to ensure topics such as sustainable development, international development and learning about different cultures and communities are part of the taught curriculum.
This focused review of literature explores what works in engaging members and sectors of the public in the cause of international development.
This research by the Global Poverty Project and Think Global highlights that the international development sector see development education as fundamental to building support for the government's vision of a 'big society' globally as well as locally.