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- 29th Feb 2024
Should we ban mobile phones in schools?
Policy moves need to be informed by HOW phones distract young people as well as the messy reality of trying to implement blanket bans in the classroom.
- 6th Feb 2024
“Together for a safer internet”: how and why we should put children and young people at the heart of designing future internet policy
Today is Safer Internet Day, raising awareness globally of a safer and better internet for all, especially for children and young people. Lis Costa, Managing Director of BIT UK, considers how we might make this year’s theme of “Together for a safer internet” a meaningful reality.
- 5th Feb 2024
UK joins the war on disposable vapes
How can we make sure that efforts to regulate vaping and e cigarettes don't inadvertently create more problems than they solve?
- 26th Jan 2024
From Statistics to Solutions: The Urgency of Youth Violence Prevention
On Thursday the Youth Justice Board (YJB) released its annual youth justice statistics. There are some positives to take from this data, most notably the fall in the average number of children in custody at any one time, which at 440 is the lowest number on record. Meanwhile the number…
- 17th Jan 2024
Learning from Fujitsu: The importance of procurement reform
Since the airing of the ITV drama Mr Bates v Post Office, the public outrage at the criminalisation of hundreds of innocent people has naturally focused on the Post Office’s leadership and long running political inaction.
- 8th Dec 2023
Beyond lockdowns and parties: what we can learn from the systemic failures of the pandemic
The headlines have so far focused mainly on the drama and failings within No. 10, and especially on the early months of the pandemic up until the first ‘lockdown’. But there is a danger that this focus crowds out a hard-headed analysis of the wider system failures that help explain…
- 5th Dec 2023
Three remarkable new findings in PISA - the worlds guide to how our kids are learning (or not)
In the world of education, the PISA results are the World Cup, Olympics and Oscars all rolled into one. For a generation they have provided the benchmark study on how well our children are learning - and how well our educational systems are performing.
- 27th Nov 2023
Using behavioural insights to improve school attendance
Absent children are at greater risk of harm, through abuse and exploitation, and are much less likely to achieve the qualifications that unlock future opportunity.
- 27th Nov 2023
Bridging the generation gap: Promoting age diversity in the workplace
In the dynamic landscape of today’s workforce, the concept of diversity has evolved beyond gender, race, and ethnicity. Age diversity, often overlooked, is a crucial component for fostering innovation, resilience, and productivity within businesses.
- 30th Oct 2023
Behavior change is key to successful climate action plans
Successful climate action plans must consider, and plan for, changing people’s behavior. For the world to reach net zero emissions by 2050, 62% of emissions cuts require residents or businesses to change what they do.