At a critical point in the development of IARS, we are proud to announce that three high profile figures have joined the IARS team as its Patrons. These are: Emeritus Professor Dr. Judy Atkinson (ex-Director of Gnibi the College of Indigenous Australian Peoples), Professor Dr. Kay Hampton (Scottish Human Rights Commissioner) and Simon Israel (Channel 4 Home Affairs Correspondent). Professor Dr. Howard Williamson CBE (University of South Wales) and Dr. Daniel Briggs (Universidad Europea de Madrid) also joined IARS Academic Board.
The Trustees of IARS and Channel 4 Home Affairs Correspondent and IARS' Patron, Simon Israel are delighted to hold this year's biggest international justice networking event in the evening of Thursday 20th (17:30 - 19:00) at the Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL.
The reception is held on behalf of the charity in celebration of International Restorative Justice Week following IARS 2014 Annual Conference. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in a career in human rights, criminal justice or restorative justice as it will bring together leading experts, employers, policy makers, practitioners, barristers and academics from Europe, Canada, South Africa, Australia, the US and New Zealand. Tickets (£15) can be purchased online or by emailing email@example.com and are available on a first come basis.
The 99% Campaign is recruiting a group of 8 young people aged 16-25 to assist in the design and development of the 99% Campaign Blog and its social media platforms. We are looking for young photographers, aspiring film-makers and bloggers to advocate passionately for youth issues.
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IARS is delighted to host Peacemaking Circles Training facilitated by Dr. Evelyn Zellerer, an international restorative justice expert, on the 21st of November in celebration of Restorative Justice Week 2014. The training will enable you to learn about, and explore, the work of Peacemaking Circles.
We are pleased to announce our face to face training session on Gender Sensitivity in the Asylum Process. This training event will take place on Wednesday 25 February 2015 from 2-6pm, room V121 at SOAS campus in Vernon Square, Penton Rise, London WC1X 9EW.
This e-publications contains Conference Proceedings from IARS 2 day Conference entitled "A Victim-led Criminal Justice System? that took place on 19th and 20th November at the Honourable Society of Middle Temple in Central London.
This research report presents the findings of an exploratory study into young people’s legal capability. The need for Public Legal Education for groups of marginalised young people was investigated, and recommendations, based on the findings, are suggested.
The evidence suggests that young people had weaknesses in knowledge, skills and attitude, which lead to a reduced legal capability. The value of public legal education is highlighted while best practices are discussed for piloting and further research.
This documentary is the end result of a youth-led heritage project carried out over one year by a group of young Muslim women from across London. It documents Muslim women's participation in sport from 1948 and preserves the current views of Muslim girls and young women towards sport. Muslim women's participation in sport in the UK is not widely known about; 'Sporting Sisters: Stories of Muslim Women in Sport' is an opportunity for the topic's profile to be raised and to highlight the hidden voices of Muslim women in our society.