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In February 2013, the Ministry of Justice called for responses to the ‘Transforming Youth Custody: Putting Education at the Heart of Detention’ consultation. The Ministerial foreword states that the current youth custody system is “failing to turn these young people’s lives around, and we need to do things differently”.
On the 5th June in central London, the leading international think-tank, IARS, and London Probation Trust will be launching new research on how probation services can be improved for black and minority ethnic offenders and victims.
IARS is pleased to announce the launch of Youth Voice Journal online that will offer the chance to everybody to easily access published papers, articles and book reviews, for free. Youth Voice Journal is an international, multidisciplinary, refereed journal that publishes theoretical contributions
IARS welcomes the government’s revised action plan on Violence against Women announced last week. In this revised plan the UK Border Agency (UKBA) has committed to a series of new specific actions to ensure that the treatment of asylum-seeking women is
JOINT PRESS RELEASE: Victim Support and IARS join forces to help deliver restorative justice measures in EU
IARS, the UK based international charity, is joining forces with leading victims’ charity Victim Support to deliver a ground breaking Restorative Justice project, funded by the EU. Restorative Justice in Europe will help introduce minimum standards to protect victims
On this special day dedicated to women, IARS would like to say a big thank you to the women among its staff, volunteers, members and supporters for all their hard work and dedication to IARS’ vision for a society in which everyone is given a chance to actively
"Race in Probation": London Probation Trust & IARS conference & reception (5 June Lincoln's Inn, London)
20 years have passed since Stephen Lawrence's murder and this FREE event is held by London Probation Trust in partnership with IARS as part of the larger programme "Improving outcomes for black and minority ethnic users of London probation".