The IARS International Institute is pleased to annouce that the 4th Protasis project's newletter is now available online.
Grab a copy of the Training Manual: "Towards a victim-centred police response", to explore the final output of the project and see how this manual can serve as a practical tool towards a victim-centred approach in the training of police officers, criminal justice authorities, and other professionals.
IARS is pleased to announce the final report of the Restore: Respect project. Over the course of last 12 months, IARS in partnership with Restorative Solutions have been delivering the Restore: Respect project funded by the Home Office. The project focused on education and awareness surrounding restorative justice and hate crimes through training and restorative discussions with participants.
The IARS International Institute is delighted to welcome you to our Protasis project’s Final Conference entitled “Victims’ Rights in the Criminal Justice System: Current Trends and Policies“. The conference will take place in Athens, Greece on the 22-23 November 2018.
IARS is looking to recruit interns for youth and justice projects! We are currently looking for two young people who are interested in the following roles:
What do the roles involve?
The Research Intern will work on the Restore: London project, which is a user-led project giving access to high quality restorative justice services across London.
The project will involve the following tasks:
In March 1996, the leaders of 25 European and Asian countries, together with the European Commission, convened in Bangkok, Thailand, for the inaugural Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM). This historic summit paved the way for the establishment of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) one year later in 1997. The agreement by the ASEM leaders to found ASEF can be found in the Ministerial Declaration of the 1st ASEM Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (FMM1).