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  • Blog
  • 4th Mar 2022

Being behaviourally-savvy about crime

In the first post from this series we talked about the where and the when of crime, and we know that crime, particularly violence, is highly concentrated in where and when it happens. In this blog, we’ll pull apart crime a little to think about some of the factors that…

  • Blog
  • 8th Sep 2021

Learning About Culture: The importance of arts-based learning, the limits of what we know about it, and the challenges of evaluating it

There is little doubt about the importance of arts and culture to the education and upbringing of young people. Arts-based education gives young people an important means of creative expression and “arts for arts’ sake” is the best argument for having arts-based education in schools

  • Blog
  • 13th Jul 2021

A game of two halves: how football can bring us together or divide us and what we can do about it

Over the last month much of Europe has been caught in a football obsession. As football drew to a crescendo over the weekend (a disappointing one for England fans, ecstatic for followers of Italy), we saw how football can bring us together and divide us. As policy-makers - and fans…

  • Blog
  • 19th Feb 2021

Crime - a behavioural perspective part 1: A £60 billion policy question

I keep six honest serving men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who. - Rudyard Kipling (1902), Just So Stories A brutal murder, an ingenious bank robbery, the latest Scandi crime thriller - few things capture our imagination…