Campbell Collaboration grant programme for systematic reviews


The Campbell Collaboration is an international research network that produces systematic reviews of the effects of social interventions in Crime & Justice, Education, International Development, and Social Welfare.

They are currently 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, made possible by the generous support of the American Institutes for Research (AIR).

The submission deadline is 11.59 pm EST, 29 March, 2016.

Each award will be issued for a new systematic review filling a policy-relevant evidence gap within one or more of the following subject areas of the Collaboration:

  • Crime and Justice
  • Education
  • International Development
  • Social Welfare
  • Knowledge Translation and Implementation
  • Methods Reviews

Grants are available for systematic reviews only, not primary research or other analysis.

All funded reviews must be registered with the Campbell Collaboration Library. Systematic reviews currently in production and SR updates will not be considered.

Applications and supporting material must be sent by email ( no later than 11:59pm EST on 29 March 2016.

Download the request for proposals information guide, application form, budget template and Campbell Collaboration Direct and Indirect Cost Policy. A FAQ will be available on their website by 29 February 2016.