Call for Applications: Better Evidence for Children and Youth

The Jacobs Foundation and the Campbell Collaboration’s Crime & Justice and Education Coordinating Groups are pleased to announce grants to support the development and publication of systematic reviews that address important issues in child and youth development. Grants between $25,000 and $50,000 USD are available for this initial Call for Application.

Applications are accepted from researchers interested in studying important issues of child and youth development. Systematic reviews prepared under this program should focus on interventions, programs and/or policies in areas of interest to child and youth development such as:

  • Early intervention and prevention
  • Early childhood education
  • Academic attainment
  • Educational programs seeking to promote socio-emotional development, self-regulation and positive behavior
  • Vocational training
  • Multilingual education
  • Inclusive Education
  • Physical education
  • Prevention of juvenile delinquency and violence
  • Treatment of juvenile offenders
  • Treatment of child and adolescent victims

Detailed information can be found at Call for Applications: Better Evidence for Children and Youth