Recent years have seen high levels of polarisation, rapid spread of misinformation, a decrease in willingness to compromise, and a historic low in satisfaction with or even outright attacks on democracy.
Politics itself is increasingly turning on a new axis. On top of traditional economic conflicts, cultural values and identity issues have become just as or even more important for policymaking and politics today.
How should policymakers navigate this new societal and political landscape? Find out what you can learn from social and behavioural insights to improve policymaking and regain trust in democracy.