We are pleased to inform you about the publication of new cutting edge research in Gavrielides, T. (2014), Bringing Race Relations Into the Restorative Justice Debate: An Alternative and Personalized Vision of “the Other”, Journal of Black Studies vol. 45 no. 3, pp. 216-246
IARS Director named as new Editor of international peer-reviewed journal, Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care
IARS is excited to announce that our Founder and Director, Professor Theo Gavrielides, has been selected as the new Editor for the international peer-reviewed journal, Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care published by the leading global academic publisher, Emerald Group Publishing.
Following a very successful launch of IARS training in February, on 14 April the women of the Abused No More project held another workshop on Gender Sensitivity in the Asylum Process at the Refugee Council’s Head Office in East London.
The 99% Campaign is recruiting a group of young people aged 16-25 to develop and design their very own youth-focused magazine. We are looking for young bloggers, illustrators, photographers, aspiring film-makers to advocate passionately for youth issues.
New research evidence will be presented at the expert seminar entitled “Sexual Abuse in the church and other institutional settings” that will be taking place on 10th and 11th April in Bilbao, Spain.
IARS is delighted to offer an accredited, bespoke and evidence -based training programme for professionals, victims and other users of the criminal justice system on the Victims' Directive due to be implemented by all member states by 16th November 2015. The training programme is certified and it is the output of the two year EU funded project “Restorative Justice in Europe: Safeguarding Victims And Empowering Professio
IARS is pleased to release its new e-publication entitled “Gender Sensitivity in the Asylum Process”, an evidence based training tool that focuses on the impact of gender-related violence on refugee and asylum-seeking women (RASW).
More than 140 people including representatives from youth organisations and colleges across London packed the Parliament last night to discuss the destructive implications of youth unemployment on their lives.
The event was organised by the 99% Campaign, a youth-led initiative, run by the international charity IARS, that aims to dispel negative stereotypes of young people, and promote their involvement in decision-making processes and civic life.