EDF and EDF Research Network seminar on ‘Using behaviour change insights to improve equality outcomes’

On 18 June 2014, the Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) and EDF Research Network held a seminar on Using behaviour change insights to improve equality outcomes.

Professor Shamit Saggar gave a presentation on Complementary and Alternative Paths to Equality. Responses from Tilmann Eckhardt (Department for Culture, Media & Sport), Sarah Morgan (Cabinet Office) and Charlotte Sweeney (EDF Trustee and expert in equality, diversity and inclusion) paved the way for discussion with participants from voluntary, public and private sector organisations.

Note of seminar

Complementary and Alternative Pathways to Equality (CAPE) Executive Summary

CAPE: Behaviour Change (‘Nudge’) Insights in Equalities Policy

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