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The IARS online Library is free to use. It contains IARS' key research and policy papers including reports, consultation responses and presentations made by young people at IARS If you have any questions please contact us.
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|2011||Current reforms in the youth justice system: where does Restorative Justice fit in? Presentation by Bill Kerslake||Presentation given by Bill Kerslake, Head of Effective Sentences YJB, at IARS' and RJC's event - Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate: Alternatives for Young People, Dec 2011||Presentation||Bill Kerslake YJB...|
|2011||Restorative Justice in HMP Gloucester; Presentation by Jemma Jewkes||Presentation given by Jemma Jewkes; HMP Gloucester at IARS' and RJC's event - Restorative Justice and the Secure Estate: Alternatives for Young People, Dec 2011.||Presentation||IARS conference 01 12 11...|
|2011||99percent Partners' Group Meeting Minutes||99percent partners' meeting minutes July 18th 2011.||Other||99percent_...|
|2011||Youth Voice Journal Vol 2: 1, Sept 2011||IARS' youth-led academic refereed journal. Issue two focuses on debates around the big society; comprising articles on restorative justice, youth rights, democratic participation and youth violence. Please click on the above link to purchase a hard copy of the journal.||Youth Voice Journal|
|2011||Restorative justice and the secure estate: Alternatives for young people in custody||A report by Dr. Theo Gavrielides based on a UK-focused, three year (2009-11) research project. Dr. Gavrielides said: “Restorative justice is back on the agenda; it now appeals to the politicians and this report comes at a critical point as the government is reviewing its policy on prisons. It was not my intention to speak for or against restorative justice but through the independence that EU funds allowed us to have, provide a critical, evidence-based analysis of the potential of restorative justice in the secure estate. Young people were at the heard of our research and we hope that the findings open up a new debate on effective and alternative practices”. To purchase a copy of the report, please follow the above link.||Research Report|
|2012||Rights & Restoration Contributor Release Form||Contributors' Release Form for Rights & Restoration by Gavrielides.||Other||Contributor Release Form...|
|2012||Rights & Restoration within youth justice: Abstracts||These are the abstracts for the Gavrielides (2012) Rights and Restoration within Youth Justice||Other||Rights & Restoration...|
|2012||Rights & Restoration within youth justice: Notes on Contributors||Notes on the contributors of Gavrielides (2012) Rights and Restoration within youth justice||Other||Rights & Restoration...|
|2012||IARS' and StopWatch's joint response to the consultation on police powers to promote and maintain public order||IARS and ths StopWatch group's joint submission to the Home Office's consultation on police powers to promote and maintain public order||Consultation Response||Police Powers to Promote...|
|2012||IARS youth-led model of civic enagement||This is the chart illustrating the stages that IARS adopts for its youth-led projects of civic engagement and participation of young people.||Other||IARS youth-led model of...|
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