Today is Franceska’s last day as the Justice Projects Intern at IARS. Here is what Franceska had to say about her time at IARS:
Being a Justice Projects Intern at IARS has provided me a great insight into how a social policy think tank operates. As my internship comes to an end, I am left feeling startled by how quickly 7 weeks have gone by. I am forever grateful for the opportunity and support I had from my fellow colleagues who I have learnt a great deal from.
IARS International Institute teamed with the European Commission and Council of Europe Human Rights Education for Legal Professional (HELP) Radicalisation Prevention Project to represent YEIP and discuss the “implementation of de-radicalisation actions”, held in Brussels.
Recently, I had the tremendous fortune of traveling to and attend the Promyse staff training event in Vilnius, Lithuania.
This took place as part of a short-term staff training event put on through IARS International institute among other representative, including Diesis COOP based in Belgium, Diversity Development Group in Vilnius, ICSE & Co in Italy and finally, KMOP in London. All teams came together to discuss Promyse - a project that was founded by the European commission, with the objective to promote social entrepreneurship in the health and social care sector.
A Social hidden exhibition highlighting her hidden stories.
Black Sheroes is their fourth social exhibition that will give community to sheroes, It’s Lon art’s most recent and biggest project to date-now with a focus on heroines with the black community Black Sheroes Month is a collaborative project bringing together UK and international artists, feminist organisations, charities and the general public.
IARS is pleased to invite you to the final event for the RESTORE:RESPECT, Hate Crime project that has taken place over the last 10 month in Bradford.
Restorative Solutions together with IARS, have worked to engage local young people of Bradford to take part in the project. They have been trained in Hate Crime Awareness, Restorative Justice, and Campaigning. They have designed five restorative interventions to work with people, who have committed, or are at risk of committing Race and Religious hate crime.