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|2009||Gavrielides T (2009) "Review by human rights specialist of Improving Health , Supporting Justice: A National Delivery Plan" in Department of Health Equality Impact Assessment of Improving Health, Supporting Justice, Department of Health: London||Report published by the Department of Health on equality impact assessments for people receiving healthcare within the criminal justice system. Dr. Gavrielides, IARS Director, contributed two chapters by reviewing interviews held with prisoners who received healthcare support. Gavrielides' review looked at potential human rights breaches and made recommendations on how the Human Rights Act could be utilized by decision makers and front line staff within the healthcare profession.||Research Report||FinalEIAreport.pdf|
|2009||Mediation and restorative justice in prison settings project (MEREPS): Expert Seminar report||This is the event report from the expert seminar that was held in London in November 2009 to showcase the use of restorative justice in the UK. The expert seminar was attended by Hungarian professionals (e.g. probation officers, judicial staff, prison governors) and was carried out as part of the European Commission funded 3 year project Mediation and restorative justice in prison settings.||Other||IARS_MEREPS_EU Study...|
|2009||Mediation and restorative justice in prison settings project (MEREPS): Expert Seminar Handbook||This is the handbook produced as part of the 2009 visit of criminal justice experts from Hungary to the UK. The visit formed part of the European Commission funded Mediation and Restorative Justice in Prison Settings Projects (MEREPS) carried out in partnership with other European countries.||Other||...|
|2009||Young Londoners' Manifesto for a Safer London||Written by young people, this Manifesto states what young Londoners want for a safer London||Other||LSYVBYLManifestoFINAL (2...|
|2008||Homophobic Bullying and Human Rights: Shared values for a shared future||Homophobic bullying in schools with the application of Human Rights.||Research Report||2008_Report_Homophobic...|
|2008||Youth Empowerment Project: Phase 1||Empowering young people to tackle homophobic bullying.||Research Report||2007_Report_Youth...|
|2008||Peaceweek||Young Londoner's art work on peace.||2008_Event Report_IARS...|
|2008||Restoring Relationships||Addressing hate crime through restorative justice and cross-sector partnerships.||Research Report||2008_Report_Restoring...|
|2008||Home Affairs Select Committee: Knife Crime||Brief of evidence given to the committee.||Consultation Response||2008_ Consultation...|
|2008||Human Rights Inquiry||Evidence submitted to the EHRC's call for evidence on the use of the Human Rights Act by public authorities.||Consultation Response||2008_Consultation...|
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