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.
The IARS International Institute is very pleased to offer exclusively to its members three (3) free places to a pan-european training programme entitled “Developing Inclusive Youth Policies” that will take place in Campobasso in Italy from 3-10 July 2015.
As part of our efforts to support our refugee and asylum seeking women who have been engaged in the charity's Abused No More: the voices of refugee and asylum-seeking women project, we are selling raffle tickets! For only £2 you have a chance to win prizes that have been generously donated by organisations or individuals who have a keen interest in helping women affected by gender-related violence.
The European Youth Forum is consulting its members on European Youth Policy. The IARS International Institute, as a key player the in the European Youth Policy scene, has endeavoured to respond thoroughly to the call.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire will be holding an one-day Conference entitled “Restorative Justice Strategy Launch” on Monday 23rd March 2015 at the Fielder Centre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire on 23rd March 2015.
Crime Prosecution Service (CPS) has released a new draft guidance to prosecutors that aims to address how victims and witnesses should be supported during court procedures. The IARS International Institute was invited to comment on the new guidance.
The IARS International Institute is delighted to announce the release of the comparative report of the 2-year research and policy programme entitled Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence: Best practice examples between increasing mutual understanding and awareness of specific protection needs. The report offers new evidence in the use of restorative justice in cases of domestic violence, involving research from five European partner countries and seeks to document the increasing application of the process.