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.
On the 23rd April, the IARS International Institute held the “Abused No More” celebration event in support of the achievements of refugee and asylum-seeking women at UCL (University College London) in Central London.
The IARS International Institute is happy to announce its Spring international Question Time "Combating Hate Crimes and Xenophobia through Restorative Justice" due to be held on the 13th April (18:00 - 21:00) at the DLT Room at SOAS, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG.
We are looking for an inspiring, progressive and committed individual to join our Board of Trustees as a Treasurer, to help ensure that IARS’ governance, policy and strategic direction are of the highest possible standard. Professionals with financial background and experience are encouraged to apply.
The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the “Victims’ Voices in Restorative Justice” programme funded by the Ministry of Justice. It aims to give a direct voice to victims and their families in order to increase awareness around restorative justice, while increasing capacity within criminal justice and restorative justice service providers.
The conclusions of the 2nd phase of the 2- year EU funded programme project “Restorative Justice in cases of domestic violence: Best practice examples ’’ will be debated in a European meeting that will be held on 4th – 6th February, in Hannover, Germany.