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  • What Works Global Summit

    The What Works Global Summit (WWGS) is an international culture-shifting event, putting evidence at the heart of policy and practice. Presenters will share experiences from around the world about promoting policy uptake and measuring impact, knowledge translation, and uses of evidence.
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  • YHEC training

    Workshops on software to support systematic reviews

    The York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC), University of York, is running two new training courses (6-7 October) in the field of systematic reviewing and information retrieval. Learn more about special-purpose software packages and tools by registering.
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  • Policy Brief

    What works in promoting sustainable agriculture for smallholders? Our new Policy Brief summarizes key findings from five Campbell systematic reviews of land titling, training and technology, farmer field schools, payment for environmental services, and decentralized forest management.
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  • Grant Programme

    The Campbell Collaboration is requesting proposals for new systematic reviews. Grants of up to US$40,000 will be awarded. Successful submissions have to be registered with one of Campbell’s Coordinating Groups. Campbell is offering up to 8 awards.
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Kinship Care for the Safety, Permanency, and Well- Being of Children Removed from the Home for Maltreatment: A Systematic Review by Marc Winokur, Amy Holtan, and Keri E. Batchelder

Kinship care is increasingly utilised in many Western countries as an alternative to placing children who have been maltreated in residential settings or with unrelated foster families.

The behavioural and mental health, and the well-being, of children placed in kinship care is better than that of children placed in foster care. Children in kinship care experience fewer placement disruptions and incidents of institutional abuse. The likelihood that guardianship is awarded to relatives is higher for children in kinship care compared to foster care.


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