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|2010||Youth-led projects promoting integration in London||A submission made by IARS putting forward two case studies illustrating youth led projects promoting mingrant and refugee integration in London. The submission was made to the Greater London Authority which approached IARS to help inform the Mayor's Integration Strategy (lanched in December 2009).||Consultation Response||IARS case studies - GLA....|
|2010||London Youth-led Sector Policy Forum Newsletter #4||Information for youth-led groups and young people on the 2012 Games.||2010_Bulletin_LYPF...|
|2010||Young London Today: Newsletter Issue No 2||IARS' Big Lottery Funded newsletter showcasing best practice on how to involve young people in promoting social cohesion.||London Youth...|
|2010||Pushing the barriers of restorative justice||Power point presentation by Dr. Theo Gavrielides for the European Society of Criminology 2010 conference in Liege. The presentation focused on the use of restorative justice with serious and complex cases (e.g. domestic violence, violence against women) and within prisons. IARS' EU funded project, part of the MEREPS, 3 year programme was also presented.||Presentation||ESC Liege conference...|
|2010||Mediation and restorative justice in prison settings project (MEREPS)||Presentations by the Hungarian MEREPS partners on the EU funded Mediation and restorative justice in prison settings project. The 3 presentations were made at the 2010 Bilbao conference organised by our joint partner the European Forum of Restorative Justice. The presents initial findings and key statistics on the use of restorative justice within prison settings.||Presentation||MEREPS_overview.ppt, Barabas_Windt_100614_012..., BarabasRJpresbilbao.pdf|
|2010||Policing in the 21st Century : Reconnecting Police and the People||IARS' response to the coalition Government's proposal for policing reforms.||Consultation Response||IARS_policing-...|
|2010||IARS Annual Report 2009-10||Programme and financial report for the year ended 31 March 2010.||Other||IARS_Report_2010.pdf|
|2010||Young London Today: Newsletter Issue No 1||IARS' Big Lottery Funded newsletter showcasing best practice on how to involve young people in promoting social cohesion.||00105-...|
|2010||IARS Member First News Bulletin: June 2010||This is the IARS monthly members news bulletin with news and updates on IARS and policy updates. The newsletters are prepared by the IARS team and edited by IARS Director Dr. Theo Gavrielides. They are funded by Big Lottery Fund.||IARS Members' Newsletter||IARS%20Members%20First%...|
|2010||IARS Member News Bulletin: August 2010||This is the IARS monthly members news bulletin with news and updates on IARS and policy updates. The newsletters are prepared by the IARS team and edited by IARS Director Dr. Theo Gavrielides. They are funded by Big Lottery Fund.||IARS Members' Newsletter||IARS%20members%20August%...|
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