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- 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.
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- 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
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- 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.
Dr Sarah Hayward
Sarah is the Principal Advisor leading the Wellington-based Behavioural Insights Team. Sarah has held policy, clinical, and research roles, but the common thread in her career has been working to improve the relationships and wellbeing of children, young people and their families. She has led policy and service development across…
Dr Lev Tankelevitch
Lev is an Associate Research Advisor in the Research and Evaluations team. He specialises in trial design, implementation, and quantitative data analysis across a wide range of policy areas, including education, health, and social care. Prior to joining BIT, Lev was a research fellow at the Parliamentary Office of Science…
- 27th Jan 2020
Remembering the Holocaust
"Monsters exist, but they are too few in number to be truly dangerous. More dangerous are the common men, the functionaries ready to believe and to act without asking questions.”
- 30th Jan 2020
Violence in London: what we know and how to respond
We have worked with the Mayor of London’s Violence Reduction Unit to carry out the first ever capital-wide assessment of violence. In our new report we bring together data analysis and new research from leading academics to complement the voices of London’s communities with evidence of large-scale patterns and trends…
- 3rd Feb 2020
BIT Crime Week #1 Violence in London: what we know and how to respond
In the early hours of the first day of January 2019, a man was killed while working as a security guard at a New Year’s Eve party after he intervened to help a colleague involved in a struggle. In February, a man was murdered after refusing to give a stranger…
- 4th Feb 2020
BIT Crime Week #2 Fighting crime with data and innovation
I’d never seen a corpse before. I stepped carefully to avoid blood and body parts as people ran from the terrorists, who proclaimed their allegiance to a banned far-right group. The Armed Response Vehicles arrived within 6 minutes of being called and snipers scaled the roof, but already several people…
- 5th Feb 2020
BIT Crime Week #3 Could knife crime in London be driven by technological change?
In short, our working thesis is that the rise in knife crime – particularly prevalent since 2015 – might in part be driven by technological change. You might wonder how the two are possibly related?! The argument we make, as captured in BIT’s report for the Mayor of London’s Violence…