Behavioural Science and Migration: People on the Move

UN Entities are exploring how behavioural science can be applied to improve the lives of people on the move.  In this session moderated by UNICEF, UNHCR presented their use of behavioural analytics and social media in Brazil to improve access to critical information for displaced Venezuelans. Then, OHCHR shared their experiences in Australia and Malaysia, where they utilised mixed methods research to understand public attitudes towards migration and develop targeted communications for human rights-based change. Finally, the IOM presented their Community-Based Planning pilot in Ethiopia, focusing on empowering communities to deter irregular migration and foster local alternatives through participatory development interventions.

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