Did You Know...?
GLD aims to share all its research with the wider public. Below we've listed some interesting - and sometimes surprising - findings from our latest research.
Can #COVID19 increase threat perception, provoke group boundaries and discrimination against perceived outsiders in #Zambia and #Malawi?— GLD (@GLD_Gothenburg) January 18, 2021
Find out more in our latest study on Covid-19 and identity divisions here: https://t.co/lbuCHy8oBb pic.twitter.com/ZfQgs0agbY
#DidYouKnow many Iraqis believe Islamic State collaborators should be— GLD (@GLD_Gothenburg) November 1, 2018
punished according to the type of collaboration?
Data from "To Punish or to Pardon? Reintegrating Rebel Collaborators After Conflict in Iraq" by @kristenkao & @MaraRevkin Read more https://t.co/NDicVALcek pic.twitter.com/FuSLuDHdFA
#DidYouKnow that advocacy for women's rights in Malawi might depress support for such initiatives?— GLD (@GLD_Gothenburg) June 14, 2018
Read more about this finding in our new working paper "When Do Donor Endorsements Help or Hurt?" https://t.co/lXiEDARxPx [pdf]
For all working papers: https://t.co/I3ScY6eKnc pic.twitter.com/sbHNHy6Aid
#DidYouKnow that Tunisians are equally as likely to turn to their local council for personal problems as they are for community problems?— GLD (@GLD_Gothenburg) April 4, 2018
We are excited to see if this will change after the first local elections are held in May! #TnMunicipales18 pic.twitter.com/Ez3EvNPbPI