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Lilli Wagstaff

Lilli is a Research Advisor in the Home Affairs and International Programmes team where she leads the evaluation of a number of projects with different police forces and government agencies on reducing violence and recidivism. Additionally, Lilli also works as the research lead on a range of international projects, including…

  • Blog
  • 15th Apr 2019

Tackling online harms and manipulations: download our new paper

Most of us will spend at least half of our free time over the next year looking at screens

  • Report
  • 15th Apr 2019

The behavioural science of online harm and manipulation, and what to do about it

An exploratory paper to spark ideas and debate

  • Blog
  • 17th May 2019

We’re only human. No one means to get defrauded.

Today, technology has given fraudsters new toys which they can use to play the same old tricks. Fake cryptocurrencies with big returns advertised on Facebook might seem new but, really, they’re not much different to the notorious Charles Ponzi who, almost a century ago, promised to double investors’ money in…

  • Blog
  • 24th Sep 2019

How to stop sexual harassment as a bystander

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, many organisations and universities are searching for evidence-based strategies to combat sexual harassment. Encouraging bystanders, those who witness or hear about sexual harassment, to take action is a promising way to do this.

  • Person

Sebastian Salomon-Ballada

Sebastian is a Principal Advisor in the International Team. Since joining BIT in 2019, he has worked on a broad range of policy areas including gender equality, health and wellbeing, poverty reduction, employment, and financial inclusion. Sebastian has 6 years experience running social impact projects and has advised over 50…

  • Blog
  • 25th Nov 2019

What can we do to combat Intimate Partner Violence?

At least 1 in 3 women in Latin America have experienced Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). We partnered with the International Development Bank (IDB) to identify behavioural barriers that IPV survivors and service providers face when tackling this issue in the region and propose solutions to overcome these barriers .

Also available in: Español

  • Blog
  • 25th Nov 2019

¿Qué más podemos hacer para combatir la violencia contra las mujeres?

Al menos una de cada tres mujeres latinoamericanas ha sido experimentado violencia perpetrado por su pareja. Establecimos una colaboración con el Banco Internacional de Desarrollo (BID) para identificar las barreras de comportamiento que enfrentan las sobrevivientes de IPV y los prestadores de servicios al abordar este problema en la región.

Also available in: English

  • Report
  • 25th Nov 2019

Applying behavioral insights to Intimate Partner Violence

This report leverages insights from the behavioral sciences, including behavioral economics, social psychology and neuroscience, to provide recommendations to improve the design of survivor services in the LAC region and, ultimately, to lead to better life outcomes for women

  • Press release
  • 25th Nov 2019

The Behavioural Insights Team and The Inter-American Development Bank unveil new report to help tackle intimate partner violence in Latin America

Approximately 1 in 3 women across Latin America have experienced Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). New joint BIT/IDB report on IPV in the region brings insights from behavioural science to help policymakers improve the design of their services for IPV survivors.