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Season Greetings from IARS!

The IARS staff team, Trustees and Patrons wish to all our members, supporters and users all the very best for the festive period. 

We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who supported our charitable institute and express our readiness to continue working with you in the new year.

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RECRUTING: PROJECTS INTERN (x2)

IARS is currently looking for young people who would be interested in the following areas of work to join our team as interns:

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VACANCY: PROJECTS COORDINATOR (EQUALITIES)

We are looking for a committed and confident Projects Coordinator (Equalities). 

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Call for Case Studies: Race and Power

Are you a practitioner working in the community or within the criminal justice system? Do you know of any examples where restorative justice has been used for conflicts that involved power such as racism, gender based violence, domestic violence, or homophobia? Then this is your chance to have your work and views published in the forthcoming  Gavrielides, T. (2018). Race, Power & Restorative Justice: The dialogue we Never Had. Abingdon: Routledge.

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18th December International Migrants Day

This Sunday is International Migrants Day with the UN calling on the international community to take action to ensure that migration issues are taken more seriously. IARS has been working on migration issues for a number of years to help improve the support offered to those who have migrated so that they are supported in a more effective and dignified way. Our projects are user led, meaning the those benefiting from our work are also the ones helping to decide  what to focus on and what form the projects should take.

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