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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…

  • 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

Niall Daly

Niall is a Research Advisor in the Health team at BIT UK, working across a wide range of projects within the health, crime prevention, and education spaces. He has experience working with the NHS and other domestic partners, as well as with partners in several other countries to design, implement,…

  • Report
  • 30th Nov 2022

Understanding homicide: A framework analysis

Funded by London’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU), this framework analyses police data to better understand the drivers of homicide and identify opportunities to intervene earlier.  The VRU commissioned the Behavioural Insights Team to work alongside the Met police to develop the framework using data from 50 homicide cases to capture…

  • Blog
  • 6th Apr 2023

Sugar Tax and the response to the Casey report into policing

What is the sugar tax equivalent for changing police culture?  What intervention not only tackles bad standards but also positively re-enforces itself, to counter the doom loop of poor standards leading to weak recruitment? 

  • EYV Lab project


Working with parents to support the use of positive parenting strategies at home

  • EYV Lab project

Face It

Supporting young people at risk of exclusion

  • Person

Jack Martin

Jack is Assistant Director within the Ending Youth Violence Lab and has over 9 years of experience working at the Early Intervention Foundation and sits on the Government’s Trials Advice Panel.

  • Report
  • 15th Aug 2023

Estrategias basadas en las ciencias del comportamiento para abordar la violencia contra las mujeres en América Latina y el Caribe

Las ciencias del comportamiento, referidas al estudio riguroso de la conducta humana y de cómo nuestras acciones son moldeadas por el contexto, pueden desempeñar un papel clave en el desarrollo de soluciones basadas en la evidencia para este problema.

  • Report
  • 15th Aug 2023

Mejorando la seguridad de las empresarias en Honduras: siete estrategias desde las ciencias del comportamiento

Este documento presenta los resultados de una investigación cualitativa realizada en 2020 desde la mirada de las ciencias del comportamiento, cuyo propósito fue entender los retos y las oportunidades de las pequeñas y medianas empresarias en Honduras, principalmente relacionados con su seguridad.