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Since 1 January 2015

Dutch local authorities have been responsible for youth care schemes and parental help in child-raising. ZonMw contributes towards improving the quality of youth care in several ways. We support effect research to find out what works and what does not; we stimulate the dissemination of new knowledge to professionals, municipalities, and training organisations; and we invest in an effective knowledge infrastructure, so that practice, research, education and policy can better stimulate and inform each other.

The input provided by parents and young people themselves is seen as an important part of this process.

News

Powerful US research funder unveils strict open-access policy

One of the world’s richest biomedical research organizations, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), announced on 1 October that it will require scientists it funds to make papers open access (OA) as soon as they are published — a change to its current policy, which allows a delay of up to one year before results must be free to read.

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Overview of AMR-related resources and services

It is with pleasure that we share the public report on the survey set out to create an overview of resources and services related to antimicrobial resistance research. We would like to thank everyone who provided input, participated and/or shared the AMR survey. We are very delighted with the interesting insights it provided.

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Calls

COVID-19: Societal dynamics in the Dutch Caribbean

Topics

  • Measures/strategies in response to the coronavirus
  • Research into the resilience of Dutch Caribbean societies
  • Research into the economic resilience of the Caribbean islands of the Kingdom

Part of programme

COVID-19

Published on

10 September 2020

Deadline

27 October 2020,
14.00

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Events

AAL Forum 2021

Do you work in the active and healthy ageing sector and you want to participate in the European discussion driving the future of healthy ageing?

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Contact

Karin van Gorp

Karin van Gorp

Programme Manager

+31 70 349 53 17
gorp@zonmw.nl
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