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A Continuing Wait for Calais Children

Stop Blanket Blaming: Re-humanizing Refugees

Part 2: A continuing wait for Calais children by Kristina Harris

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EURODESK UK NEWS: Time to Move and Win an iPad Mini

Throughout the month of October Eurodesk UK is running the Time to Move campaign, a collection of events for young people organised during October 2016. These activities will introduce you to the hundreds of possibilities through which you can go abroad and take part in an international project, explore Europe or gain experience you need for your future.

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Stop Blanket Blaming: Re-Humanizing Refugees

Part 1: Education & Employability by Kristina Harris


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Justice Committee Publishes Restorative Justice Inquiry Report

The House of Commons Justice Committee has published the final report from its inquiry into restorative justice. The Committee's inquiry into restorative justice, announced on 6 November 2015, set out to assess the effectiveness of restorative justice provision across the criminal justice system, with a specific focus on: 

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The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce a vacancy for an Office Administrator.  We are looking for an ambitious individual to join us on our quest. The post is office-based (London, UK) and is part-time (four days per week), offered on a two year fixed term contract at £17,743 – £27,877 (pro rata).  The contract is renewable and extendable (including making it permanent) depending on funding.

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'Repositioning Restorative Justice in Europe' by Theo Gavrielides Now Free to Download

Originally published earlier in 2016 in an edition the Journal of Victims & Offenders entitled The Future of Restorative Justice, IARS is pleased to announce that Repositioning Restorative Justice in Europe by our Founder and Director, Dr theo Gavrielides, is now free to download. A brief introduction to this resource is provided below. 

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BIHR report echos concens of our Womens Advisory Board

The British Institute of Human Rights has just published its Joint Civil Society Report to the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of the United Kingdom (3rd Cycle), which outlines the UK’s recent record on Human Rights.


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European Conference:“Shaping the European Educational Agenda from the Bottom up”, 22 September - Nicosia, Cyprus

The EU project ‘Abused no More’[i] is pleased to announce the organisation of the conference Shaping the European Educational Agenda from the Bottom Up’[ii], which will take place on Thursday, 22nd of September 2016, 08:30: – 17:15, at the Journalists House in Nicosia

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New AIDA report outlines how EU states are deflecting refugee responsibilities

A new report by the Asylum Information Database (AIDA) was launched recently outlining the way in which the concepts of “first country of asylum” and “safe third country” are being used by EU states to dismiss asylum claims even before details of their case have been considered.

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Government Reiterates its position to repeal the Human Rights Act

The government reiterated its intent to repeal the Human Rights Act this week as Justice Secretary Lord Chancellor Liz Truss was in Parliament this Tuesday, 6th September for the latest round of Justice Questions. There were no details given as to what the proposed new Bill of Rights would include or what elements of the Huma Rights Act will be lost.

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