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Restore:London seeks a new User Scrutiny Panel member

Restore:London are developing a victim led pan London restorative justice service on behalf on MOPAC.

As part of the project IARS is coordinating a User Scrutiny Panel with the purpose of ensuring the service is truly user led. A vacancy has recently opened up on the panel so if you are interested in getting involved please get in touch.

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IARS Team and Members traveled to Frankfurt to attend Move On's 6-day training event

This week,  the IARS international Institute in partnership with Berami hosted an international accredited training for professionals supporting refugees and migrants in Frankfurt, Germany.  IARS staff and members attended and presented at the event.

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New European funding to improve police – victim relationships

The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce a newly awarded European grant to implement the 2-year “PROTASIS: Empowering Policing Professionals” that aims to improve police – victim relationships and deliver better outcomes for victims.  

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Special RJ Edition of the Prison Service Journal

This special edition of the Prison Service Journal, available here, looks at Restorative Justice (RJ) and in particular its use in prisons. It contains the latest research from the UK, New Zealand and Australia as well as an article from IARS Founder and Director, Dr Theo Gavrielides, an excerpt of which is included below.

The truth about restorative justice in prisons

By Dr Theo Gavrielides

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New Year's gift - Free training, accomodation and travel in Germany

It’s January and the time of year for new year resolutions. Whether or not you have made some I think you would agree with me that it is always a good idea to work on your personal and professional development.  At IARS International Institute we are continually developing training for professionals to support them in their work with some of Europe’s most vulnerable groups and this year we are offering members the chance to get trained for free.

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BME young carers: One of the most neglected groups

Research conducted by the IARS International Institute indicates that BME young carers constitute one of the most, if not the most, marginalised and neglected groups by policy makers, the current administration and independent funders and educators. IARS's work forms part of the EU funded Care to Work project and the findings are now backed up by the December Children’s Commissioner study on the current services provided to young carers by local authorities.

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Vacancies: 2 x Projects' Coordinators (Justice and Equalities)

The IARS International Institute seeks to appoint two confident Projects' Coordinators to develop and deliver the Institute’s equalities and justice projects respectively.

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Margot Van Sluytman

Margot Van Sluytman is an internationally-respected independent voice in the field of Restorative

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Online platform launch for the first ever Pan-European project led by LGBT refugees and asylum seekers

An exclusive online platform that hosts the first ever pan-European LGBT-led project EPSILON “Equipping Professionals for Supporting LGBT refugees” is launched today.

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IARS members exclusive: Travel, stay and get trained in Germany for FREE

The IARS International Institute are pleased to offer a members' only opportunity to travel, and stay in Germany for week in order to attend its forthcoming CPD accredited training for practitioners supporting refugees and migrants. Not an IARS member yet? Just click here! It only costs £35 a year and it includes plenty of additional benefits.