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Congratulations to Miles Hewstone and John Gallacher, whose proposal has been chosen from a field of more than 230 worldwide to work with Twitter on improving the collective health, openness and civility of dialogue on the platform. 

Together with Marc Heerdink (University of Amsterdam) they will be examining how people use Twitter, and how exposure to a variety of perspectives and backgrounds can decrease prejudice and discrimination.

Click here to read more about the project

We’re very excited about the opportunity to work with Twitter on investigating the important social challenges of a digitally connected world. 
- Miles Hewstone

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