The Future of BeSci for Peace and Security

The future of behavioural science in peace and security heralds a nuanced approach to tackling global conflicts and threats, leveraging deep insights into human psychology and behaviour. With advancements in technology, these insights enable more precise, culturally sensitive strategies for conflict prevention and resolution. This approach promises a shift towards interventions that address the root causes of conflict, emphasising human-centric solutions and ethical considerations. In this session, DPPA and OCT discussed behavioural science applications in the context of peace and security with Professor Mina Cikara (Harvard University) and Andrés Casas (Neuropaz).

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