Funding

 

Campbell provides grants of up to US $40,000 to support the production of systematic reviews in any of the areas covered by Campbell Coordinating Groups.Applications for funding may only be made in response to a Campbell Request for Proposals

There is no current request for proposals.

To read the results of the first round of Campbell Systematic Review grants click here.

Campbell provides grants of up to US $20,000 to support methods work for evidence synthesis. Applications for funding may only be made in response to a Campbell Request for Proposals.

There is no current request for proposals.The next RFP will be launched in November 2016. Applications for funding may only be made in response to a Campbell Request for Proposals.

To read the results of the first round of Campbell Methods grants click here.

 

The Jacobs Foundation provides grants of up to US $50,000 to support the production of systematic reviews to support better evidence for child and youth development.Applications for funding may only be made in response to a Request for Proposals.

There is no current request for proposals.

To read the results of earlier rounds of Jacobs Foundation Grants for Campbell Systematic Reviews click here.

Campbell provides grants of up to US $15,000 to support the production of systematic reviews on education-related issues that are of interest to education policymakers.Applications for funding may be made in response to a Request for Proposals

Although there is no current request for proposals, interested authors should contact the managing editor of the Education Coordinating Group.

To view the list of current and completed projects being funded in this program, please click here.

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