As a Mercator Fellow, Laurenz Scheunemann investigates how (behavioural) evidence and novel, participatory approaches can inform more effective and human-centred policy-making. He is passionate about everything with regards to behavioural and political-psychological processes underlying political apathy and polarisation, climate change, and social (in)justice. Laurenz holds an M.Sc. in Social Intervention & Policy Evaluation from Oxford University, as well as a B.A. in Politics & Public Administration and a B.Sc. in Psychology from University of Konstanz. As a fellow from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, he has professional work experiences amongst others, in human rights at the German UN Mission in Geneva and as Research Assistant on Organisational and HR Research at the University of St. Gallen.