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Press Release: European Conference to address Barriers to Youth Unemployment

Youth-led solutions to the problems facing young carers in accessing education, training and employment will be presented at the EU funded 5th IARS Annual International Conference 2017, on 27 April, 2017 (9am – 4pm) at the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple in London.

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Free Online Training on Refugee and Asylum Seeking women's emperiences and rights under the EU Victims Directive

The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce the launch of its free e-learning Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited course entitled “Empowering professionals to work with Refugee and Asylum Seeking women, understanding their experiences of fleeing violence and respecting their rights under the EU Victims Directive”.

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ENAR’s launch EU-wide shadow report on migration and racism

Next month, the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) will be launching its shadow report on migration and race at the UKREN’s Annual General Meeting on the 4th of May.

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Community-led project to boost employability of BAME young carers in Southwark

An innovative community-led project that will boost the employability of hundreds of young Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic young carers in the borough of Southwark is announced today. The project titled “Young Carers Matter” is funded under the Communities Fund of the Department of Communities and Local Government and will be delivered by the IARS International Institute, a Southwark-based charity in partnership with Southwark Council.

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Really We Care!

Getting ready for work this morning I was watching BBC Breakfast; mainly to see what weather Carol had in store for us here at Canada Water, and my interest was peaked by an article about the high suicide rates within care professionals.  The pressures and expectations that go along with this line of work are pushing people, who start with the best of motives, to the brink of despair.  

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