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Youth Voices: Young People's Manifesto

I was thrilled to see the takeover of the IARS blogs last week by the IARS interns, so apt for European Youth Week.  I was also impressed to read about Jemma Skelding a 12 year old, profoundly deaf Falkirk school girl who addressed the Scottish Parliament using sign language [BBC].  The elections have come to the interest of my 12 year old daughter too, she has an opinion that the voting age should be lowered as she feels had she and her classmates had the chance to vote in the referendum the outcome would be different.

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Happy Europe Day 2017!

The IARS International Institute would like to take this opportunity to wish our extended network a happy Europe Day 2017! A special mention must be made in particular to all our European project partners, all of whom work hard to collaborate on projects underpinned by the civic values and founding principles of Europe. If you would like to find out more about our European projects you can find out more here.

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EpsiLon International Conference on LGBT Refugees and Migrants: the situation in Greece and Europe

The Family and Childcare Centre (KMOP) is organising the International Conference on “LGBT Refugees and Migrants: the situation in Greece and Europe”, on Tuesday, 9th May 2017, from 09.00 - 15.30 at the President Hotel (43, Kifissias Ave., Athens).

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'The Terrorist Within: From A Restorative Lens' - T.Gavrielides

On the 9-10 May 2017, Professor Theo Gavrielides  will be presenting on The Terrorist Within and Restorative Justice at the IIPR Europe Conference, Conflict in Europe: Meeting the Challenge, in Dublin, Ireland.

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1-7 May is European Youth Week, and the IARS International Institute, the leading UK youth-led social policy charity is pleased to disseminate the findings from the 5th IARS Annual International Conference: Youth-led Solutions to Unemployment, the Voices of young marginalised carers” which was held on the 27th April 2017.

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