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Submit your views on restorative justice and win £80

This is an open call to victims and offenders to help us evaluate the first ever pan-London Restorative Justice Service.

The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) has commissioned The IARS International Institute to carry out surveys that inform the Restorative Justice Service. The surveys and the service are part of a project that is being delivered by a larger consortium called "Restore: London" (R:L).

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Membership and Communications Associate Advert

The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce a vacancy for a Membership and Communications Associate. The post is offered under our IARS Associate Scheme, and the application deadline is 23rd October 13:00.  Successful candidates will be invited to a face-to-face / online interview during the same week for an immediate start.

We have a simple online application process via this link https://www.iars.org.uk/content/IARSassociate

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YEIP Associate Advert

The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce a vacancy for an Associate to work on our Youth Empowerment and Innovation Project (YEIP).  The post is offered under our IARS Associate Scheme, and the application deadline is 22nd October 13:00.  Successful candidates will be invited to a face-to-face / online interview during the same week for an immediate start.

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Youth Associate Advert

The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce a vacancy for an Associate to work on our Youth based projects.  The post is offered under our IARS Associate Scheme, and the application deadline is 22nd October 13:00.  Successful candidates will be invited to a face-to-face / online interview during the same week for an immediate start.

We have a simple online application process via this link https://www.iars.org.uk/content/IARSassociate

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Not in education? Not a problem.

Youth disengagement from formal education system is constantly being observed throughout Europe making it a continental phenomenon as numbers continue to grow. Young people are most often blamed for being a drop-out and or early school leavers (ESL). Many wonder when the social stigma attached to youth ESLs and young individuals who drop out of school will grow faint.

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