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Hi Kris!

We do not offer RSS as we usually send news only 2-3x per year. The www.behaviourchange.net website is primarily a collection of the very best research methods for understanding the barriers to behaviour change, so we send a newsletter whenever we have at least several really good resources.

I wish you a pleasant weekend!

Petr

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Thanks! This looks great!
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Thanks. This looks good.
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Thanks for sharing, seems like an useful resource.

Is your newsletter also available somewhere directly, preferable with a RSS feed? If you are using Mailchimp or a similar service that would work.

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great new behaviour change website!

I would like to introduce you to www.behaviourchange.net , a new directory of the most useful behaviour change resources for relief and development practitioners. The website will help you whenever you or your colleagues need to:
1) know what behaviour change is about
2) understand the ‘barriers’ that prevent people from adopting positive behaviours
3) find out what ‘enablers’ can motivate them to adopt such behaviours
4) address the identified barriers in the most effective way

The website was designed by a group of social and behaviour change specialists who wanted to make behaviour change know-how accessible to NGO staff with busy schedules and often limited resources. It offers a careful selection of the most practical and easy-to-use toolkits, training modules, FAQs, contacts, database of new Barrier Analysis questionnaires on the most commonly promoted behaviours, and other resources. Anyone can propose uploading other useful resources. The website was financially and technically supported by People in Need (PIN) and will be available indefinitely.

Please take a few minutes and explore the website. If you like the support it offers, please forward this e-mail to your colleagues or share it through Facebook or LinkedIn .
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