During difficult political times for the UK government and the EU, the IARS International Institutewill bring together over 200 delegates from marginalised European communities at its Annual International conferenceon 12-13thJuly at Middle Temple, Middle Temple Lane, London EC4Y 9AT.
The conference is titled “European Community Voices Stronger Together: Abused and Stigmatised no More” and will launch the findings of two Erasmus+ funded projects that the Institute has been coordinating over the last three years.
Today is Emma’s last day as the Justice Projects Intern at IARS. Here is what Emma had to say about her time at IARS:
I’m Emma Colburn, and I have been an intern here at IARS for the past 7 weeks! It has been overall an amazing experience interning at this organisation.
My week at IARS International Institute started with an introduction into the work the IARS and the 6thannual conference being held the following week. As someone who takes a particular interest into human rights issues and how to deal with them. I found the program incredibly engaging and was compelled to learn more about the work that they did.
Eurodesk UK is hosting a flagship campaign to encourage international studying, volunteering, and traineeship opportunities. Throughout the month in October there will be 822 events both online and offline events across 35 countries.
All of these events will be to advertise the hundreds of possibilities through which young people can go abroad and take part in international projects, explore Europe or gain experience for their future.
On the 13th of July 2018, it will be the 6th annual IARS International Conference. It will be held at Middle Temple, London; hosted by both the founder and patron of the IARS – Dr Theo Gavrielides & Simon Israel. On this day there will be discussions on how to help young migrant women and girls who have been the victim of abuse.
Not only are they of a minority ethnic group which has already put them at a disadvantage but to also arrive in a new country where language might be of a barrier to them.