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A Marathon, Not A Sprint

The policy cycle moves fast – much faster than the research cycle. What does this mean for those who seek to build a more solid research base for policy decisions?

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Better Evidence for Children and Youth

In cooperation with the Jacobs Foundation, we are pleased to announce the creation of a new program providing funding for Campbell Systematic Reviews on topics related to children and youth.

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Farmer Field Schools: A Systematic Review

Farmer Field Schools (FFS) are a means of transferring specialist knowledge, promoting skills and empowering farmers. Over 10 million farmers in 90 countries have attended such schools. A new Campbell systematic review examines their effectiveness in Lower and Middle Income Countries.

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New Monthly Campbell Webcast

What is the Campbell Collaboration, and how does our work help to improve people’s lives? Watch our new webcast and discover more about the work we do and the systematic reviews we produce.

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CCTV has modest impact on crime

A Campbell review examines the effects of closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance on crime rates. The review finds that CCTV has been most effective in reducing vehicle crimes in parking lots.

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Feedback on Adoption of MEC2IR Standards

The provisionally approved MEC2IR reporting standards are now available online. Interested parties are invited to submit comments and feedback before 31 July.

Click here to access the draft version of the adapted MEC2IR reporting standards, and here to access the draft version of the adapted MEC2IR conduct standards.

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Announcing new Social Welfare Coordinating Group Co-Chair

The Campbell Collaboration's Social Welfare (SW) Group is proud to announce the election of a new Co-Chair, Dr Brandy Maynard, who will replace current Co-Chair, Aron Shlonsky, following the completion of his second term in November, 2014.

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Winners of the 2014 Leonard E. Gibbs Award

The winners of the Leonard E. Gibbs Award for a review published by the Social Welfare Coordinating Group in 2014 are:  Cheryl Regehr, Ramona Alaggia, Jane Dennis, Annabel Pitts, Michael Saini. Their review examines the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic interventions in reducing symptoms of distress and trauma for victims of sexual assault and rape.

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Deadline Extended: Expressions of interest in the position of C2 Co-Chair

The Campbell Collaboration calls for expressions of interest in the position of Steering Group Co-Chair.

The deadline has been extended until September 15th, 2014.


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New C2 Information Flyer!

The Campbell Collaboration has published an updated information flyer hat succinctly addresses the following points...

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