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|2010||London Youth-led Sector Policy Forum Newsletter #2||Information for youth-led groups and young people on the 2012 Games.||2010_Bulletin_LYPF...|
|2010||Response to EHRC's Triennial Review Call for Evidence||Response based on youth-led research and previous IARS research.||Consultation Response||2010_Consultation...|
|2010||Response to London Councils' Strategic Funding Priorities||IARS' contribution to funding priorities for London Councils 2011-15.||Consultation Response||IARS Response_London...|
|2010||United We Stand: A voluntary and Community Sector Manifesto for London's Children and Young People||A guide to the needs of Children and Young People in London.||Consultation Response||LCPF A5_manifesto_08.pdf|
|2010||IARS Annual Report 2008-09||Review of the financial year of 2008-09.||IARS_Annual_Report_web....|
|2010||Youth Voice Magazine, 2010: The Youth Perspective on the Olympics||IARS' youth-led academic refereed Journal. Issue 2 focuses on the social policy issues surrounding the Olympic Games, including planning, legacy, environment and community cohesion.||Youth Voice Magazine||Youth Voice Issue 2.pdf|
|2010||Restorative justice accreditation and standards presentation||This is the presentation made by Dr. Gavrielides at the UK College of Mediators conference at South Bank University||Presentation||RJ presentation June...|
|2010||Positive Action and Community Cohesion||Presenation made by Dr. Gavrielides, IARS Director, in July 2010 to the Institute of Education, University of London. The presentation provides a descriptive and critical analysis of the positive action measures on the Equality Act 2010 making the links with social cohesion policy.||Presentation||IoE presentation - July...|
|2010||European best practices of restorative justice in the criminal procedure||Publication by the Hangarian Ministry of Justice containing articles presented at the 2009 EU funded conference "European best practices of restorative justice in the criminal procedure" in Budapest. Dr Gavrielides, IARS Director, spoke at the conference on the use of restorative justice with hate crimes. His paper is included in this publication page 187.||Research Report||Restorative justice...|
|2010||Can young people do academic research?||Dr Karim Murji is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at The Open University. The conventional academic response to this type of question is to consider ways of including young people as active participants in a research project, for example by asking them to take part in focus groups, provide feedback, involve their peers and so on. But processes like that still put them in a secondary role, as helpers or assistants to a research project owned, managed and run by adults and professionals such as academics.||Research Report||Karim article.jpg|
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