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  1. New WP

    The Psychosocial Value of Employment In settings where employment opportunities are scarce, the inability to work may generatepsychosocial harm. This paper presents a causal estimate of the psychosocial value of em-ployment in the Rohingya refugee camps of Bangladesh. We engage 745 individuals in a...
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  2. UN Food Systems Dialogues | FARA ED Talks about upcoming events

    9 February 2021 . UN Food Systems Dialogues | FARA ED Talks about upcoming events See the concept note (4 pages) Food and nutrition secure Africa are crucial for the global accomplishment of sustainable development goals.#sdggoals Within the context of the Science Agenda for Agriculture in Africa...
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  3. Genome editing: EC's Ethics Group calls for wide-ranging societal debate and global governance

    EGE (2021) Ethics of Genome Editing. European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies. European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation. March 112 pp. 19 March 2021. The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE), an independent advisory body to the...
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  4. Mind, Society, Behaviour (and Development?)

    The mayor of Bogotá takes a shower on television to promote saving water, and water consumption drops; HIV patients in Kenya get text messages to remind them to take their medication and adherence rates rise by 13 percentage points; and a simple rewrite of letters from the UK tax office nets the...
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  5. Integrating Scientific Information into Humanitarian Response

    Traditionally humanitarian aid comes into play as an immediate response to provide lifesaving assistance in a natural or man-made disaster situation. Whereas, development practitioners work on increasing resilience to reduce the risk of disasters. But what about the middle ground? Dr Thorsten Klose...
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