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September 18, 2017

Shifting Norms, Changing Behaviour, Amplifying Voice: What Works? The 2018 International Social and Behaviour Change Communication Summit Featuring Entertainment Education

Please note that what follows is an initial introduction to this Summit. More details will follow soon, as will the registration form, the abstracts submission process and form, the official Summit...

May 19, 2016

The Role of Communications in a World in Crisis - SBCC Summit 2016 Keynote

“What is needed is not incremental baby steps change to make the world safer, more just, and more sustainable; what is needed is fundamental structural and systemic change.” This Keynote Speech by...

May 18, 2016

The Habitual Brain: Advances in Creating Disruptive and Sticky Behavior - SBCC Summit 2016 Keynote Speech

“I'm going to talk about the science of habit and what it can tell us about human behaviour....” This Keynote Speech by David T. Neal was presented at the First International SBCC (Social and...

May 10, 2016

SBCC Summit 2016 CommTalk: Free, On-Demand SBCC

“500 million dumb phones sounds like a smart place to start”. This CommTalk took place at the First International SBCC (Social and Behaviour Change Communication) Summit in February 2016 in Addis...

April 5, 2016

No Hoodie No Honey Social Media Campaign

Launched in December 2013, the No Hoodie No Honey (No Condom, No Sex) social media campaign is designed to reach young people in Nigeria, especially girls aged 15-24, with information on sexual and...

April 1, 2016

Right Method, Right Time, My Choice

Right Time, Right Method, My Choice is a behaviour change campaign designed to improve increase contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) by 5 percentage points in the 11 districts in Indonesia where the...

April 1, 2016

Community Change Agents: "Doctors" of Malaria Information Mobilizing Communities to Action

"Individual behaviors changed, and when individuals change they advocate to others."

Anonymous
March 9, 2016

Promotion of Girls' Education (PROGE)

Promotion of Girls' Education (PROGE) was an initiative to improve retention and transition rates for marginalised girls in Malawi by increasing their access to education and engaging communities...

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