How do we involve citizens with important policy issues?
Behavior and Institutions Symposium
After almost two years of silence due to the pandemic, Behavior & Institutions is organizing a new activity with a symposium on how we can actively involve citizens with important policy issues – more relevant than ever, as this COVID-19 crisis has shown us.
After a lecture about the lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic about motivating citizens to comply with mitigation measures, we will present seven short pitches with innovative and creative examples to connect citizens with the public good – varying from changes associated with sustainability to social behavior.
We cordially invite you to this symposium. Please send an email to Amal Ng no later than 15 January 2022 if you want to attend (firstname.lastname@example.org).