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).
IARS is looking to recruit 10 women from all backgrounds for its Women’s Advisory Board (WAB). The WAB’s role is to serve as an independent user-led panel, with the objective to empower women, make a tangible change to policy and give their unfiltered perspectives on the work done by IARS. We are looking for members, who wish to evaluate, discuss and advise on IARS’ gender related projects and take on a responsible role within the organisation.
The IARS International Institute is pleased to invite you to participate in the International Conference of the Mediterranean Migration Network! The Centre for the Advancement of Research and Development in Educational Technology (CARDET) in collaboration with consultancy firm INNOVADE, are hosting their annual international conference of the Mediterranean Migration Network, which will focus on the theme of " Social inclusion and integration in the Mediterranean region: Challenges and Opportunities".