Promoting Positive Development and Health Among Diverse Youth: From Infancy through Young Adulthood
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4-H Study of Positive Youth Development:
Reconnection and Replication
Funded by National 4-H Council
The Compassion International (CI) Study of Positive Youth Development (PYD):
Developing Responsible and Fulfilled Youth: A Multi-National Longitudinal Study of the CI Model of Promoting PYD among Children Living in Poverty
Funded by Compassion International
The Science of Learning and Development (SoLD):
Measures and Methods in Studying the Development Continuum from Infancy through Young Adulthood
Funded by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative DAF, an advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Templeton World Charity Platform Grant:
Creating a Platform for Global Innovation and Capacity Building in the Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Character Development Programs for Templeton World Charity Foundation’s (TWCF) Global Innovations for Character Development (GICD) initiative.
Funded by Templeton World Charity Foundation
United States Military Academy (USMA) — Project ARETE:
Studying the Development of Character and Leadership Among the Cadets of West Point
Funded by the Templeton World Charity Foundation
The Self, Virtue & Public Life Project at the University of Oklahoma:
Building Youth Resilience and Communal Justice: Forgiveness as a Civic Virtue in Rwanda
Funded by the University of Oklahoma and Templeton Religion Trust
Funded by Scotiabank
NIVEA is embarking on a world-wide project to enhance social-emotional learning and positive development among youth in majority world countries (mostly in Africa and Central/South America). The leaders of the office of corporate responsibility at NIVEA have decided to use the model of positive youth development that Rich and Jackie Lerner have developed across the past 20+ years. IARYD is being asked to help NIVEA identify projects they can support and to then monitor whether the projects are working and are producing outcomes consistent with the Lerner and Lerner model.