IARS believes in building on its past success and expertise. Below, you can find more information about IARS' legacy projects, which have shaped the organisation.
The projects are ordered chronologically by the year of the completion of the projects.
A user-led programme that empowered 16 young females (aged 16-25) to inform and influence how the police engages with young females with mental health problems while being users of the criminal justice system.
International, research and policy project that looked at the potential of restorative justice with "street group violence" such as riots.
A youth-led investigation into young people's reporting preferences when faced with intimidating behaviour on their bus journeys home from school.
A youth-led heritage project which empowered young women (aged 16+) to explore and preserve the hidden history of the changing role of Muslim women’s participation in sporting events in the UK since 1948 to the present day.
A project which enabled young people from across London to be better engaged with the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A ground breaking project initiated by the London Serious Youth Violence Board (LSYVB) and the Metropolitan Police Service to assist the police with the development of strategies for preventing violence amongst young people in London.
A youth-led volunteering project which provided young people aged 16-25 with opportunities to influence policy and practice.
This is an international project that was funded by the EU (2009-11) and was carried out as part of the "Mediation and restorative justice in prison settings" (MEREPS) project, focusing on the role of restorative justice in prison settings and post sentencing.
A unique network of young researchers in the Middle East who established themselves as a knowledge base on the issues facing Arab youth.
A cutting edge public legal education project that equipped young people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to deal with law related every day events.