CTPA commissions research on important scientific and social concepts which have the potential to influence how we interact with our cosmetic products.
In 2005, CTPA commissioned polling to examine people’s different attitudes to risks. The report argued that when given information in a balanced way, consumers understand the benefits of scientific progress and also appreciate that zero risk in life is impossible. The report calls for building trust in scientific processes and regulatory authorities and encouraging evidenced-based reasoning.
Access the report here.
This 2004 report examined the debate on risk communication from an industry perspective. Making sense of risk is a key challenge facing governments, industry, NGOs and consumers. Our industry in particular daily faces the challenge of putting risk into perspective and demonstrating the difference between risk and hazard.
The report identified some key areas for debate and crucial points for action.
The research, The Self-Esteem Society, was the first self-esteem research commissioned by CTPA in 2004 and painted an upbeat picture of the nation’s self-esteem at that time. The research was based on a literature review, expert interviews and a survey of over 2,000 British adults. It looked at the relevance of self-esteem across different areas of people’s lives, presenting a snapshot of the nation’s self-esteem.
At intervals since 2004, our self-esteem studies have charted new highs and lows in the nation’s self-esteem. For further information, please see our Wellbeing and Self-Esteem page.
CTPA commissioned this report in 2004 from The Work Foundation to examine the link between self-esteem and people’s well being in the workplace. The research is based on a literature review, expert interviews and a survey of over 2,000 British adults. It looks at the importance of self-esteem in the workplace and its role in social and economic policy. The report highlights the need for us to recognise the positive benefits of putting self-esteem at the heart of our approach to improving the quality of the workplace and society as a whole.
For further information, please see our Wellbeing and Self-Esteem page.