Researchers use bank data to understand how to reduce gambling-related harm
After analysing behavioural data from HSBC and Monzo customers, UK charity GambleAware has published a guide for financial services firms looking to help vulnerable customers.
Understanding Joy: The Devastation of a Gambling Addiction
A 1 hour documentary on problem gambling presented by Maryland Public Television and The Maryland Center for Excellence on Problem Gambling.
Dr. Sharon Collard: Do financial services have a role in helping reduce harms from gambling? #SGW
This presentation will explore the potential role of financial services in helping reduce harms from gambling, drawing on research conducted in Britain with the financial services sector and people who have experience of gambling and gambling harms.
• Dr. Sharon Collard
University of Bristol, Research Director, UK
4th #SaferGamblingConference by the National Betting Authority of Cyprus
(Part of the #SaferGamblingWeek)
Παρουσίαση: Οι χρηματοοικονομικές υπηρεσίες ως ένας τρόπος ελαχιστοποίησης των αρνητικών συνεπειών των τυχερών παιγνίων
• Δρ. Sharon Collard
University of Bristol, Research Director, Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο
#safergambling #responsiblegaming #responsiblegambling #gamblingaddiction #gambling #publichealth
You Will Wish You Watched This Before You Started Using Social Media | The Twisted Truth
This might be one of the most important videos I’ve edited in 2018. After everything that has been going on with the privacy crisis and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg going to Washington to speak with members of Congress, I felt that this video was timely. I think social media can be good but we must be careful with how we use it.
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The law that broke US immigration
Why the US has so many undocumented immigrants.
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Immigration looked very different before 1996, when President Bill Clinton signed the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA). The law was supposed to stop undocumented immigration by increasing enforcement and punishing people for being in the US undocumented. Instead, it incentivized people to stay in the US — and the undocumented population doubled.
When researching this story we used a lot of great resources. Here are a few of the most helpful:
This collection of articles on IIRIRA by the Center for Migration Studies explains many angles on the law itself, the politics of the time that led to its passing, and the ongoing impact: https://cmsny.org/publications/jmhs-sc-iirira/
Douglas S. Massey at Princeton and his co-authors have written about how border enforcement backfired, including in this 2016 paper: https://spia.princeton.edu/system/files/research/documents/684200.pdf
We got data on return probabilities to Mexico after a first undocumented trip from the Mexican Migration Project: https://mmp.opr.princeton.edu/
Polling data about Americans’ views on immigration come from the Pew Research Center and Gallup: https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2019/01/31/majority-of-americans-continue-to-say-immigrants-strengthen-the-u-s/
Annual Border Patrol budget comes from the American Immigration Council: https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/the-cost-of-immigration-enforcement-and-border-security
We relied on Pew’s data on the number of undocumented immigrants in the US, which also explains more on the changing nature of immigration to the US in recent years: https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2021/04/13/key-facts-about-the-changing-u-s-unauthorized-immigrant-population/
The Migration Policy Institute has covered the issue over the years, including in this recent policy brief: https://www.migrationpolicy.org/research/rethinking-us-legal-immigration-road-map
Cato Institute’s Alex Nowrasteh has written about the issue, including this article on the three- and 10-year bars: https://www.cato.org/blog/removing-310-year-bars-not-amnesty
Check out Vox’s past reporting on this issue to get more background:
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