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|2011||Chair - Board of Trustees Role Description and Person Specification||The Role Description and Person Specification for the Chair of IARS' Board of Trustees.||Other||IARS_Trustee_Chair_RD_PS...|
|2011||3E Restorative Justice Project: Restorative Justice in the UK||Presentation||IARS 3ERJ 31 10 2011 (1...|
|2011||Restorative Practices: From The Early Societies To The 1970s||Original research paper written by Dr. Theo Gavrielides. Restorative practices now appeal to the contemporary politician. Policies and practices are being reformed using the paradigm of restorative justice. However, little research has been done on its historical roots. Many have even claimed that restorative practices do not have a history at all. Through a review of historical and contemporary sources, this article challenges this claim. The paper provides a brief historical account of restorative practices stretching from the acephalous societies until the 1970s. Four eras are identified in the fall and rise of restorative justice through time. A historical debate and further academic research on restorative justice is warranted. The implications of a more informed understanding of the history of restorative practices are significant for their implementation in contemporary society.||Research Report||...|
|2011||Big Lottery Fund - Consultation on Proposed Policy Directions: IARS' Response||IARS' response to the Big Lottery Fund's proposed new policy directions.||Consultation Response||big-lottery-fund-...|
|2011||Do we need a UK Bill of Rights? IARS' consultation response||IARS' consultation response to the Commission on a Bill of Rights regarding whether the UK needs a UK Bill of Rights.||Consultation Response||A Bill of Rights...|
|2011||99percent Partners Agenda 18 July 11||Meeting agenda for 99percent partners meeting 18 July 2011||99% Partners Agenda 18...|
|2011||99percent Partners Agenda 18 July 2011||99percent Partners Agenda 18 July 2011||Other||99% Partners Agenda 18...|
|2011||Restorative justice in action: the views from the inside; Presentation by Marina Cantacuzino||Presentation given by Marina Cantacuzino of the Forgiveness Project at IARS' and RJC's event on Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate: Alternatives for Young People, Dec 2011||Presentation||RESTORE (Marina...|
|2011||Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate: Alternatives for Young People - key findings presentation; by Theo Gavrielides||Presentation given by Dr Theo Gavrielides, Founder and Director of IARS at IARS' and RJC's event - Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate: Alternatives for Young People, Dec 2011.||Presentation||RJ IARS 1 12 11.pdf|
|2011||Restorative justice in prisons: what lies ahead; Presentation by Rebecca Newby||Presentation given by Rebecca Newby, NOMS Directorate of Commissioning and Commercial at IARS' and RJC's event - Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate: Alternatives for Young People, Dec 2011||Presentation||2011-12-01 IARS RJC RJ...|
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