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  • Blog
  • 13th Jul 2021

A game of two halves: how football can bring us together or divide us and what we can do about it

Over the last month much of Europe has been caught in a football obsession. As football drew to a crescendo over the weekend (a disappointing one for England fans, ecstatic for followers of Italy), we saw how football can bring us together and divide us. As policy-makers - and fans…

  • Report
  • 29th Jun 2021

Designing a One-Stop Shop on Child Online Safety for businesses

In a 12-month research project for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, we conducted a survey, interviews, workshops and a literature review to explore the behavioural barriers that currently prevent businesses from accessing online information about their child online safety responsibilities. Businesses report the need for a single,…

  • Person

Claire Dale

Claire is an Advisor at BIT France. Before joining BIT, Claire was a Senior Policy Advisor at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs where she led on aspects of the landmark Environment Bill and helped establish the Office for Environmental Protection, which will be England’s  new environmental regulator.…

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Rachel Lim

Rachel is an Associate Advisor in the Singapore office working across a range of policy areas, with an interest in crime, wellbeing and employment. Prior to joining the team, she was a consultant at a boutique consulting firm, aAdvantage Consulting Group, where she worked with government agencies and private sector…

  • Blog
  • 23rd Apr 2021

Nudging bystanders to fight sexual harassment isn’t easy, but could make perpetrators think twice

Many of us would like to think we’d do something to stop sexual harassment if it happened right in front of our eyes. Indeed when we surveyed over 3,000 commuters getting off public buses in Dhaka, 9 out of 10 respondents listed at least one helpful action they would take…

  • Report
  • 15th Mar 2021

Nudging bystanders to combat sexual harassment in Bangladesh

Results from our trial in Bangladesh which aimed to reduce sexual harassment on buses running in Dhaka.

  • Blog
  • 23rd Feb 2021

What impact does remote working have on workplace sexist and sexually harassing behaviours?

Everyone should be valued and treated as equal regardless of gender. Yet in too many workplaces, sexist behaviours and sexual harassment are still a problem. In Australia, one in three people have been sexually harassed in the workplace in the past 5 years.  Reducing sexist behaviours and sexual harassment in…

  • Blog
  • 19th Feb 2021

Crime - a behavioural perspective part 1: A £60 billion policy question

I keep six honest serving men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who. - Rudyard Kipling (1902), Just So Stories A brutal murder, an ingenious bank robbery, the latest Scandi crime thriller - few things capture our imagination…

  • Blog
  • 6th Jan 2021

BIT Goes to Washington

It’s now one year since BIT set up its office in Washington, DC - we reflect on establishing ourselves in this new market in an exciting but unusual time.

  • Person

Anysia Nguyen

Anysia is a Research Advisor at BIT France. Before joining BIT she worked at the National Centre for Social Research, the UK’s leading independent social research institute. As a member of the evaluation team there she focused on the design and implementation of randomised controlled trials and quasi-experiments to evaluate…