May is quite the month at the IARS International Institute, both for the team in London and our Founder and Director, Dr. Theo Gavrielides.
We at the IARS International Institute, are proud to announce that our Founder and Director, Dr. Theo Gavrielides, has been selected for a formal consultation in the field of restorative justice by the government of Uruguay. From 11 May to 14 May, 2015, Dr. Gavrielides will consult on the production of a Guide for the Implementation of the Protocol of Restorative Justice.
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,
The IARS International Institute is excited to announce a new internship for the Secretariat of our peer reviewed Youth Voice Journal. The deadline for applications is midnight 3rd July 2015. Working days and hours are flexible and will be negotiated once the candidate has been selected. Travel expenses (up to £7.50 per day) and lunch (up to £5 per day) will be covered.
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 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 is proud to release its new publication 'Involving Refugee and Asylum-seeking Women in Research and Training Delivery: A Toolkit'. The toolkit has been developed in consultation with refugee and asylum-seeking women involved in the Abused No More programme, a three-year project funded by Comic Relief which is now coming to an end.
On the 13th April, the IARS International Institute presented its Spring international Question Time "Combating Hate Crimes and Xenophobia through Restorative Justice" at SOAS, University of London.