Karam 5 Auxiliary Event
Dec 04, 2022 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM(Africa/Casablanca)
20221204T1300 20221204T1700 Africa/Casablanca Code of Ethics for Social and Behaviour Change: From Theory to Practice

Co-hosted by UNICEF and the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), the Global Alliance for Social and Behaviour Change (GA4SBC) will host a 3-hour interactive session to explore the policies and practices needed to promote an SBC Code of Ethics' values. The session also will highlight measures to ensure benefits and address challenges during implementation. The session will focus on three topics: 1) Power and manipulation: avoidance of abuse of power and dominant power position (power elites) + dialogue, also including neo-colonialism and gender; 2) Behavioural Insights and nudge theory and practice; and 3) The debate about building business value vs. values within the local communities. The session will consist of panel discussions that is followed by breakout groups where participants will have the opportunity to discuss a "good practice". The session will end with a report-out and an open discussion. The Global Alliance will circulate a summary report highlighting all the ideas presented at this event and promoting awareness of the topics discussed.

Karam 5 International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit info@sbccsummit.org

Co-hosted by UNICEF and the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), the Global Alliance for Social and Behaviour Change (GA4SBC) will host a 3-hour interactive session to explore the policies and practices needed to promote an SBC Code of Ethics' values. The session also will highlight measures to ensure benefits and address challenges during implementation. The session will focus on three topics: 1) Power and manipulation: avoidance of abuse of power and dominant power position (power elites) + dialogue, also including neo-colonialism and gender; 2) Behavioural Insights and nudge theory and practice; and 3) The debate about building business value vs. values within the local communities. The session will consist of panel discussions that is followed by breakout groups where participants will have the opportunity to discuss a "good practice". The session will end with a report-out and an open discussion. The Global Alliance will circulate a summary report highlighting all the ideas presented at this event and promoting awareness of the topics discussed.


Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
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Malaria Consortium
Temple University
Ambi Group
Breakthrough India
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 Lisa Hilmi
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CORE Group
Ms. Debora Freitas Lopez
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University Research Co., LLC
UNICEF Armenia
 Paolo Balderia
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Evident Strategic Research and Consulting Inc.
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Busara Center for Behavioral Economics
Ms. Lucille Dagpin-Galicha
RTI International
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