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- 8th Mar 2023
Testing digital interventions for sexual reproductive health service uptake in Kenya
For International Women’s Day, we’re sharing some of the lessons we’ve learned through our work in Kenya to encourage girls to access SRH services.
- 25th Jan 2022
Can mass media reduce violent conflict?
Violent conflict is one of the most pressing challenges facing humanity. Armed violence causes physical devastation, suffering, displacement and death. It creates trauma now and for generations to come. So how can we reduce violent conflict or prevent it from happening in the first place?
- 24th Jan 2022
Mass media, behaviour change & peacebuilding
Up to 100,000 people are killed each year as a result of violent conflict. But this is only one part of the human cost. Impact on families and communities can be felt decades later. Millions of individual decisions underpin these tragic impacts: people decide either to stoke hatred or to…
- 14th Jul 2021
"What would happen if your website was attacked?"
It's hard for businesses — particularly SMEs — to know when and how to patch their software. In collaboration with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), we ran two trials to help tackle this problem.…
- 26th Mar 2021
Why policymakers need Netflix, and why Netflix needs behavioural insights
Mass media interventions have been successful at shifting a variety of behaviours, from encouraging HIV testing in Nigeria through an MTV show Shuga, to reducing inter-ethnic prejudice in Rwanda through radio shows, to increasing reporting of domestic violence using short films at film festivals in Uganda. But understanding how mass media…
- 31st Mar 2020
BIT joins partners in Kenya to increase access to sexual reproductive health services
Across the world, numerous barriers prevent girls from accessing the sexual reproductive health services (SRH) they need. Indeed, 29 countries require women to gain the consent of a spouse or partner to access such services, and in another 45 countries, parents must give consent for their children to access HIV…