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Last week was Emma’s last day as the Research and Editorial Intern at the IARS International Institute. Here is what she had to say about her time at IARS:

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International Recognition for the EpsiLon Project

The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce that the EpsiLon project has been featured on the Erasmus+ website showcasing the project’s results and impact on tackling discrimination against LGBT+ migrants in Europe.

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What Democracy Means to Young People

Democracy surrounds us, it’s what forms our civilization. A democracy gives the people the power to make change, to influence and affect massive decisions that our government takes. This shares the power of authority between all of us, and it is important that young people are aware of the influence they hold if they use this power wisely.

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Childkind Worldwide

PROCHILD is a transnational inter-agency project involving the following six countries from the European Union: 1) Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita Di Bologna (UNIBO), Italy; 2) Terveyden Ja Hyvinvoinnin Laitos (THL), Finland; 3) La Voix De L'enfant (LVDE), France; 4) Independent Academic Research Studies International Institute (IARS), United Kingdom; 5) Katholische Fachhochschule Nordrhein-Westfalen (KatHO NRW), Germany; and 6) Institouton Ygeias Tou Paidiou (ICH), Greece. PROCHILD is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of victims of child abuse.

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Democracy and Me

Democracy. One word, several meanings. Everyone’s individual take on democracy varies in some way or another. Has anyone ever stopped to ask what it means to you as a young person? Has anyone ever discussed what a democracy is with you? Don’t worry if you’re sat down reading this and answering “no” in your head to the last two questions. You’ll more likely than not find that most other young people are in the same boat as you.
So let’s change that. Let’s talk about what democracy is, and how it affects you.

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