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Comic Relief: Gender, Justice and Empowerment Project

This programme has as objective to help and protect vulnerable refugee and asylum-seeking women. This specific group has to face multiple adversities and disadvantages as result of race and gender inequalities; they are more likely to be victims of hate crimes and violence against women. Simultaneously, they are less likely to know about their rights and national institutions that may provide them help. Many of these women have no enough financial resources to keep up on living.

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International Day in Support of Victims of Torture: Justice and Rehabilitation

In 1997, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 26 June to be the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. This is a day in which citizens, civil society organisations and decision makers can come together to support past and present victims of torture, promoting the effective use of the conventions created to prevent and protect those vulnerable to it.

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#DiscoverEU Free Interrail pass for 18-year-olds - Last day to apply!

As you might have heard, a new initiative for young people has been launched under the name #DiscoverEU and the application is closing soon.

What is DiscoverEU? 

DiscoverEU is an initiative of the European Commission allowing around 15,000 young people to receive a free Interrail pass for this summer.

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The Future of IARS

The IARS family came together yesterday to plan the future of the Institute for the next three years.  This followed on from the previous staff away day where the IARS staff had looked at the operational plans for the organisation over the next few years.  

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Contribute to improving victim services

IARS is pleased to share this online survey, which forms a part of the Victim Outcomes Review. The aim of the survey is to contribute to reviewing London’s victim support services and their compliance with the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime.

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