The Campbell Collaboration


Call for Applications: Better Evidence for Children and Youth

The Campbell Collaborationís Education and Crime & Justice Coordinating Groups and the Jacobs Foundation are pleased to announce grants to support the development and publication of systematic reviews that address important issues in child and youth development.


Payment for environmental services are not cost effective

As delegates gather in Paris for the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Campbell publishes its summary of a recent review showing that payment for environmental schemes have not been effective.  The review authors argue that such schemes need to be better targeted and that more rigorous evidence is needed.


The SRSM requests nominations for a new award

The Society for Research Synthesis Methodology (SRSM) requests nominations for a new award, the SRSM Early Career Award. Awardees will be young investigators of outstanding potential, promise and accomplishment in the field of research synthesis methodology.


Helping people with disabilities in labour markets in low- and middle-income countries

Disability is an important development issue, particularly in low- and middle-income countries (L&MICs) because of the link between disability and poverty. A new Campbell review assesses interventions to help people with disabilities in L&MIC labour markets, finding a number of potentially useful interventions but a limited evidence base.