Following a very successful Abused No More celebration and fundraising event in support of the achievements of refugee and asylum-seeking women that took place at UCL in April 2015, we have now established a special Hardship Fund to support refugee and asylum-seeking women involved in our project.
The IARS International Institute is very pleased to announce the launch of its 2 year EU funded Care 2 Work (C2W) Programme. The programme will target one of the most marginalized communities in Europe, that of the Black and Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) young carers with a view to break the cycle of poverty and multiple disadvantage that they face, and to support them to achieve a successful transition from caring to adulthood.
The third workshop of the series entitled “Restorative Justice Extending Empathy” will be hosted by the Central Saint Martin’s College of Arts and Design, University of the Arts London on the 8th July in London (Central Saint Martins, The LVMH Lecture Theatre, 1 Granary Square, N1C 4AA).
The IARS International Institute’s Youth Advisory Board (YAB) –is now Recruiting. If you wish to apply, please send your CV and a brief Cover Letter to A.Demushi@iars.org.uk. The deadline for Applications is 6pm on Wednesday 1 July 2015.
This week 1st -7th June volunteering is being celebrated across the country. Volunteers' Week aims recognise the invaluable contributions of millions of volunteers across the UK and raise awareness of the value and impact of volunteering on our lives and the society.
The IARS International Institute is proud to announce an international reception on Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence that will be taking on Monday 1st June 2015 (18:00– 21:00) at The Royal Foundation of St Katharine, 2 Butcher Row, London, E14 8DS.
The IARS International Institute in partnership with Khulisa UK are pleased announce a free CPD accredited training event entitled "Victims' Rights in Restorative & Criminal Justice" that will be taking place on Thursday 30th July (1pm - 5pm) at Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Road, London, SE16 7AR.
Following ground-breaking research and international recognition of the project; " Restorative Justice in cases of domestic violence: Best practice examples between increasing mutual understanding and awareness of specific protection needs’, IARS is delighted to invite you to an evening of discussion and debate on Monday 1st June 2015 (18:00– 21:00) at The Royal Foundation of St Katharine, 2 Butcher Row, London,