Below are a number of event recordings, blogs and interviews with particular relevance to our research in crisis and conflict.
The impact of Covid-19 on the Italian community in the UK: new evidence, insights, and recommendations (2020), Manifesto Di Londra, London. Read it here.
LSE event podcast recordings
Leveraging Moments of Change for Pro-Environmental Behavioural Transformation, 9 February 2022 (LSE public event). Listen again here.
Reconciliation Processes in Post-Conflict Societies: Colombia and Beyond, 5 October 2021 (LSE public event). Listen again here.
Let's Talk Careers in a Post-COVID World, 16 February 2021 (LSE public event). Listen again here.
A Decade of Behavioural Science at LSE, 20 January 2021 (LSE public event). Listen again here.
Why Aren't Policy-Makers and the Public Demanding More Emphasis is Placed in Happiness? 9 December 2020 (LSE public event). Listen again here.
Behavioural Science and a post-COVID world, 4 November 2020 (LSE public event). Listen again here.
Re-Thinking Human Behaviour: critical perspectives on the psychology of COVID-19, 7 October 2020 (LSE Public event). Listen again here.
Behavioural Science in the Context of Great Uncertainty, 13 May 2020 (LSE public event). Listen again here.
Forgivness as a vehicle to improve wellbeing in post-conflict Colombia (20 October 2021), Sandra Jovchelovitch, Natalia Concha, Maria Cecilia Dedios. LSE LACC blog. Read it here.
Who’s more relaxed about the risk of catching COVID – and are they habitual risk-takers? (11 August 2021), Madeline Quinlan, Benno Guenther, Matteo M. Galizzi, Jet G. Sanders. Read it here.
12 Days of Global Health: Why we should not forget what happened in Bergamo (15 December 2020), Matteo M. Galizzi. LSE Global Health. Read it here.
For the middle-aged, by the middle-aged: how the responses to COVID have ignored the preferences of those most affected (14 December 2020), Paul Dolan. LSE COVID-19 blog. Read it here.
Risk in the time of Covid-19: what do we know and not know? (3 June 2020), Matteo M. Galizzi, Benno Guenther, Maddie Quinlan, Jet G. Sanders. Economics Observatory. Read it here.
Bergamo’s response to the coronavirus pandemic (18 April 2020), Matteo M. Galizzi, Simone Ghislandi. Cambridge Core. Read it here.
Italy’s response to the coronavirus pandemic (16 April 2020), Matteo M. Galizzi et al. Cambridge Core blog. Read it here.
The Hidden Costs of Being a Scholar from the Global South (20 February 2020), Nihan Albayrak-Aydemir. LSE Higher Education blog. Read it here.
News & podcast
Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? 6 July 2021, LSEIQ podcast.
Volunteering in the NHS: Covid-19 Volunteer Responders Programme significantly increased volunteers' overall life satisfaction, 31 May 2021, via LSE News, ITV, The Times, the Daily Mail.
Did the UK government's direct messages during the early stages of the pandemic work?, 20 April 2021, via LSE News.
How to Give it in 2020, 7 December 2020, via the Financial Times.
Happier People Are More Likely to Comply with Lockdown Measures, 7 August 2020, via LSE News.
Support for Wildlife Conservation Boosted when COVID-19 is Linked to Destruction of Nature, 30 July 2020, via LSE News.
Why SAGE needs education experts as well as scientists, 6 July 2020, via TES.
Zoom Boom, 30 June 2020, via the Human and the Machine podcast.
Blanket approach to increasing compliance with social distancing unhelpful, 9 June 2020, via LSE News.
The Cost of Saving Lives During This Lockdown is Too High, 5 May 2020, via The Telegraph.
Wellbeing Records at Lowest Since Records Began, 5 May 2020, via The Independent.
The Behavioural Science Behind the UK's Social Distancing Policy, 19 April 2020, via WIRED.
Why 'Physical Distancing' is Better than 'Social Distancing', 30 March 2020, via Aljazeera.