IARS is delighted to announce that on Thursday 16th October 2014, 13:30-16:30 (central London) will be delivering another CPD accredited training on the Victims' Directive and Restorative Justice. Book onto this IARS CPD event now to get a discount!
IARS and Khulisa UK are delighted to announce the 2nd Annual Restorative Justice Expert Seminar that will be taking place at Khulisa’s offices on Thursday 23rd October (14:30 – 17:00) in 5-7 Wells Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JU. This year, the seminar will focus on domestic violence.
More than a hundred young people, representatives of youth organisations and key stakeholders packed the Canada Water Culture Space in London on Wednesday 20th August to celebrate the achievements of promising young people in their diverse communities at the 3rd Annual IARS Research and Youth Leadership Awards.
RE: MOPAC HATE CRIME CONSULTATION RESPONSE
Dear Cdr. Mak Chishty,
I am writing in response to your Call for evidence on hate crime and best practice. Sorry we missed the chance to meet you at the IARS Annual Research and Youth Leadership Awards 2014. It would have been a great opportunity to hear directly from over 100 young people, but also see inspiring youth projects combating the causes and fears that generate hate phenomena in our capital. This letter is written to introduce you to our organisation, the youth-led 99% campaign and the work that our young people did in order to collect evidence for you.
IARS is pleased to announce the launch of its new e-book entitled “Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence: A critical Review”. The e-book reports on the current developments, practices and policies on the use of restorative justice in cases of domestic violence in the UK. The research also reflects on limitations, inefficiencies and complexities of the current criminal justice system in the UK.
The 99% Campaign marks the celebrations of the 14thUnited Nations International Youth Day with the launch of the 2nd edition of its 99% Campaign Magazine. The 99% Campaign Magazine is an entirely youth – led initiative that showcases the potential of youth in enhancing our local, national and global society, representing the real and marginalized voices of young people.
The UK-based international think-tank, IARS, is proud to launch an evidence-based e - learning course for victims of crime. The course aims to empower victims by increasing their knowledge of their rights in the criminal justice and restorative justice process as these are protected by the EC Victims' Directive due to come into force in November 2015.
On Monday 28 July IARS held another successful user-led training on Gender Sensitivity in the Asylum Process at the offices of Freedom from Torture. The event coincided with Eid al-Fitr, the religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide, and we were particulalry grateful to the Muslim refugee women from our Abused No More project who gave up their time on such an important day, and came to the event.