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XIXth ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect in Istanbul, Turkey

This workshop is being organized by the Crimes Against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire with the help of WHO and supported by the USB Optimus Foundation.

Applying for Funding in the New Evidence-Based Culture–Guidelines and Tips

Monday, September 10th 16:00-17:30

This workshop will introduce participants to new guidelines being developed for use by foundations and other funders to help applicants increase their use of research and improve the evidence base. We will present the developing guidelines and gather feedback from funders and program professionals on ways to make the guidelines as useable and effective as possible. We invite you to come and learn more about the project and provide your thoughts on ways to improve the culture of evidence in our field. Sample topics from the guidelines include:
 The importance of program logic
 Collecting good outcome data
 Testing program outcomes with evaluation
We hope to get some background information on participants’ area of work and questions about evaluation and research use ahead of time. If you think you might attend, please email Lisa Jones at [email protected]
Check your ISPCAN program for meeting room information

Workshop Presenter:
Lisa M. Jones, Ph.D.
Crimes Against Children Research Center
University of New Hampshire
[email protected]

 Click here for the flyer on the workshop

  1. We sent mails to Lisa to check possibilities of attending the congress as suggested, but it is bounced again and again
    Can we please be advised as how to get through?

    With regards,



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