Introducing EGAP’s Priority Themes

  • accountability mechanisms to promote good police behavior; 
  • changes in recruitment, training and counseling of officers and state-backed security agents;
  • new policing and citizen engagement strategies;
  • institutional reforms to state-backed security agencies;
  • social crime prevention strategies. 
  • Strategies to address public perceptions, vulnerabilities, and inequalities in promoting sustainable practices so as to mitigate climate change; 
  • Strategies for including diverse voices in policy processes to ensure inclusive strategies to adapt to climate change and associated risks.
  • Social contact, perspective-taking, and other strategies to reduce discrimination, xenophobia, and violence against migrants and the displaced, 
  • Strategies to ensure social, economic, and psychological well-being for migrants and the displaced,
  • Strategies for representing the needs and interests of migrants and the displaced in policy-formulation processes.
  • Strategies for productive public deliberation and problem solving for public policy;
  • Strategies to reduce partisan animosity and dehumanization in politics;
  • Strategies to counter hateful rhetoric in political campaigns.