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  • 6th Dec 2022

House of Lords hosts gambling harms event

On 29 November BIT's Gambling Policy and Research Unit (GPRU) held an event at the UK House of Lords bringing together key stakeholders, policy and decision makers who are working in the field of reducing gambling harms - GPRU's core mission. Attendees included representatives from industry organisations, support services and…

  • Blog
  • 5th Dec 2022

Using behavioural science to redesign customer water bills

Redesigning water bills to save water using behavioural insights

  • Blog
  • 2nd Dec 2022

Encouraging COVID-19 prevention behaviours in Malaysia

By early 2022, we had all experienced two years of an ongoing global pandemic. We’d endured changing regulations, repeated lockdowns, and waves of new variants. At that time, Malaysia – with over 97% of the adult population having received at least two doses of a vaccine and a steady decline…

  • Blog
  • 1st Dec 2022

India’s global call for climate behaviour ideas

A call for empirically informed, measurable, and implementable ideas to deliver a sustainable future

  • Blog
  • 30th Nov 2022

Stadiums for good

Decreasing discrimination in sport arenas with real-time feedback

  • Blog
  • 29th Nov 2022

How to deliver inclusive recruitment

Employers can unnecessarily put off or turn away appropriate candidates if their recruitment processes are not inclusive

  • Blog
  • 25th Nov 2022

Violences conjugales: un outil pour augmenter le nombre de repérages de 76%

Les viols et violences conjugales représentent un risque plus grand pour la santé des femmes que le cancer, les accidents de la route, et le paludisme réunis. Pourtant les médecins ont du mal à aborder ce sujet en consultation. Comment peut-on les encourager à changer leurs pratiques pour favoriser le…

  • Blog
  • 24th Nov 2022

Why a Winter World Cup could be the education reform of the decade

No really. The impact of watching summer football is the equivalent of going from a high-performing to an average teacher 

  • Blog
  • 23rd Nov 2022

Quantifying the impact of obesity prevention policies in the UK

For children and adults in the UK, unhealthy food is in the spotlight everywhere. Online, on TV, in supermarkets - promotions and advertising put calorie-dense and unhealthy food centre stage. The promotion, affordability, availability and consumption of such foods are among the main drivers of obesity, a public health challenge that…

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  • 22nd Nov 2022

5 traps to avoid on Black Friday

It’s Black Friday time again. This year UK spending is expected to hit £7.5bn with customers spending over £200 each on average according to PwC. This trumps the typical spend during Boxing Day of around £186 each. Businesses know this is a lucrative sales time, but also that record levels…