5th Annual IARS Research and Youth Leadership Awards 2016 - Winners Announced
120 young people, representatives of youth organizations and policy makers came together to celebrate and recognise aspiring young people and their projects, making a difference to their communities at the 5th IARS Annual Research and Youth Leadership Awards, on the 8th December at the Roxy Bar and Screen in London.
The publication of the Casey Review this week keeps in the tradition of successive governments’ concern for community cohesion and social integration. Studies into the state of communities, especially inner city and other urban poor areas have been common place ever since Charles Booth ground breaking study of the East End towards the end of the 19th Century. A common thread throughout these studies is the blaming of groups of immigrants for particular social ills, rather than considering deeper underlying causes, and Dame Casey’s review is no different.
The IARS International Institute in partnership with the 99% Campaign are pleased to announce their 5th Annual Research and Youth Leadership Awards that will be taking place on 8 December 2016, 5pm at the Roxy Bar and Screen, 128 – 132 Borough Street, SE1 1LB.
On 10th December 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. To mark the anniversary IARS is joining with the British Institute of Human Rights to call on the government to drop the Conservative Party’s intention of scrapping the Human Rights Act.