Sunday, April 20th, 2014

IARS Publications

IARS Publications is an independent, small publisher specialising in social science books and research studies. All our publications are peer reviewed by our standing Editorial Board.

Are you an IARS Member? Then you will be pleased to hear that you are entitled to a 25% discount on all publications. To become a member fill out this short form. To order by email contact@iars.org.uk 

IARS Publications' online sales policy can be accessed via this link.

 


 

Youth Voice Journal

 

Free Resources on Restorative Justice

 

 

 

99% Blog written and run by young people

       

Gender Sensitivity in the Asylum Process: The Voices of Refugee and Asylum-seeking Women Training Manual

N.Paszkiewicz, N. Faraday,   T. Gavrielides and Volunteers from the Abused No More project. (2014)

 

Race in Probation Toolkit:
BAME User Involvement in Probation Services

N. Paszkiewicz, N. Faraday and T. Gavrielides (2014)

 

Race in Probation: Achieving better outcomes for black minority ethnic users of probation services

T. Gavrielides and S. Blake (2013)

 

Abused No More: The Voices of Refugee and Asylum-seeking women

  H. Challenger (2013

 

 

Listening to Young Women in Police Custody: mental health needs and the police response:


R. Cass and M. Marougka (2012)

Youth Voice Journal

 

Restorative Justice in the United Kingdom:


B. Lyon, A. Matczak and T. Gavrielides (2012)

Restoration within Youth Justice:

T. Gavrielides (Ed.) (2012)

 

Measuring Young People’s Legal Capability:

L. Parle (2010)

 

  


Restorative Justice Theory and Practice: Addressing the Discrepancy:

T. Gavrielides

 

Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate: Alternatives for Young People in Custody: 

T. Gavrielides (2011)

Sporting Sisters: Stories of Muslim Women in Sport:

Abdullah et al. (DVD) (2012)

 

99% Campaign Magazine

99% Editorial Board (2013)

Waves of Healing: Using Restorative Justice with Street Group Violence:

T. Gavrielides (2012)

 

By buying our publications you support the charity as every pound we receive is re-invested into our programmes with communities and young people. We are a registered charity and none of our services are profit making.  Postage is based on Royal Mail prices  IARS Publications' online sales policy can be accessed via this link.

To order directly from IARS please email contact@iars.org.uk to request for an invoice and method of payment.
To order directly from IARS please email contact@iars.org.uk to request for an invoice and method of payment.