Skip to content
Menu

Results

Browse through your search results here.

Filter by

Filter by:

1-10 of 101 results

  • Blog
  • 17th Oct 2022

Expanding the social innovation pipeline

Many fields oscillate between optimism and despair and crime and youth justice policy has arguably seen the most extreme oscillations

  • Person

Martin Wessel

Martin is an Associate Advisor in our Home Affairs and Social Cohesion team. He works on policy areas spanning crime, justice and social capital and mobility. Before joining BIT, Martin worked in financial services with a particular focus on microfinance. Martin holds an MSc in Behavioural Science from LSE which…

  • Person

Antonio Hanna-Amodio

Antonio is an Associate Advisor in the International Programmes team. His work involves designing behavioural interventions that are responsive to a range of contexts and cultures. Antonio has worked across many policy areas including sustainability, education and entrepreneurship. He holds a BA in Economics and World Philosophies from SOAS university,…

  • Person

Andras Beszterczey

Andras leads on security & justice, and governance & government interventions. Andras joined BIT in 2022, previously working with civil society organisations focusing on violence prevention/reduction for 10 years - primarily in the Middle East, living in Beirut and Cairo, with some experience in east and central Africa - and…

  • Person

Neeraj Rahal

Neeraj is an Advisor in our Home Affairs and Social Cohesion team. Prior to joining BIT, Neeraj was a forensic psychologist in training with HM Prison and Probation Services, carrying out psychological risk assessments, and providing advice to parole boards and other stakeholders. Additionally, he has also worked as a…

  • Person

Dr Laure Bokobza

Laure is a Senior Research Advisor in the Home Affairs, Security and Education team. Before joining BIT, she completed a PhD in Political Science at the University of Oxford, where her research focused on wealth inequality and redistribution, social movements, and non-democratic politics. She also taught quantitative methods to graduate…

  • Blog
  • 1st Sep 2022

Saving the elephants with behavioural insights

Valued at approx £15 billion annually, illegal wildlife trade is the 4th biggest international illegal activity after drugs, illegal arms dealing, and human trafficking. Influencing consumer demand is core in tackling illegal wildlife trade. However, there are gaps in existing literature about what works to reduce consumer motivation and demand.…

  • Blog
  • 8th Aug 2022

Celebrating the birth of the Ending Youth Violence Lab

The birth of something new is nearly always a good reason to celebrate. The birth of the new Ending Youth Violence Lab is no exception. My day job is leading the Youth Endowment Fund. I and my team go to work every day with a single mission in mind: To…

  • Blog
  • 1st Aug 2022

The need for urgent action on youth violence

The consequences of youth violence extend beyond the children and families caught up in it, impacting on our communities, society and the wider economy. This is a public health emergency which needs our full and urgent attention

  • Blog
  • 25th Jul 2022

Introducing the Ending Youth Violence Lab

Involvement in crime and violence has a devastating effect on the lives of children, their communities and wider society. The Ending Youth Violence Lab (the Lab) wants to be part of the solution, by ensuring children have the strengths, skills and opportunities to make good life choices, meet their potential…