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How to Increase Voluntary Participation in Programs Using Behavioural Insights

11 July 2018NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

We used behavioural insights to identify the best way to engage people who are at high-risk of reoffending to voluntarily join behaviour change or other support programs.

BIU finalists in 2017 Premier Awards

2 November 2017NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

The 2017 Premier’s Awards included twelve categories to showcase achievements and progress towards the NSW Premier’s priorities.

BIU in the media

18 April 2017NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

The Mandarin featured a great article on us last week.

Inside the Behavioural Insights Unit: What we do, what you might not know we do and how to join us!

27 February 2017NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

Behavioural insights teams continue to spring up all around the world. Recent additions include the United Nations Development Program’s Behavioural Initiative and the Behavioural Insights Unit in Qatar. In Australia, the NSW, Commonwealth and Victorian governments have central teams as well as teams in some of their agencies.

Behavioural Insights in NSW 2016

19 December 2016NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

The Behavioural Insights Unit’s latest report, Behavioural Insights in NSW 2016, is now available.

New report on results from our recent health trials

3 December 2015NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

The Behavioural Insight Unit has released a new publication Spotlight on Health Results – Behavioural Insights Short Report. The report outlines the significant gains we have made in increasing hospital efficiency and health outcomes in NSW through our trials.

Insights from BX2015 Conference

24 September 2015NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet

Members of the BI Unit were fortunate enough to travel to London for Behavioural Exchange 2015. The prominent line-up of speakers was reflected by the fact that over 900 representatives from academia, government and private sector attended the Conference. Simon Raadsma shares his reflections about the Conference.