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Vacancy: Youth Worker/Trainer for Immediate Start

We are currently looking for an energetic Youth Worker/Trainer to work on various community engagement projects targeted to young people aged 13-25 years old from diverse backgrounds in the Southwark area. (not exclusively).

The right candidate will be responsible for the successful delivery of the IARS Youth empowerment skills development youth training programmes. Other responsibilities will include the coordination of volunteering opportunities for young people through delivery of various community-based social action projects. 

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Opportunity: Looking Out for the next 99% Campaign Creative Editorial Team

The 99% Campaign is recruiting a group of 10 young people aged 15-25 to assist in the design and development of the 99% Campaign Magazine 2016! We are looking for young illustrators, graphic designers, photographers, aspiring bloggers to advocate passionately for youth issues.

About the 99% Campaign

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Celebrating Employability Day: Culture, Gender and Employability of Migrants

The Employment Related Services Association is setting up the first ever UK Employability Day to celebrate the positive work and achievements of employment support services across the UK and their great work to transform jobseekers’ lives.  

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Press Release: European roundtable event addresses the need to build the capacity of employment agencies and career professionals to better support migrant and refugee job seekers

On the 27 September, the IARS International Institute hosted a European Roundtable event titled Move On "Integrating migrants & refugees into the labour market” to address the barriers and challenges of migrants and refugees to access sustainable employment. The event, held in central London and saw the contributions of a number of stakeholders including academics, authors, researchers, activists, mental health professionals, journalists and NGO’s supporting refugees and migrants on employment related issues.

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It is #TIME2MOVE

What time is it? Time2Move time!

Happy October! It is one of the best months here at IARS. Why? Because Erasmus+’s EuroDesk has launched its annual Time2Move Campaign for the whole month.

“These activities will introduce you to the hundreds of possibilities through which you can go abroad and take part in an international project, explore Europe or gain experience you need for your future.” -EuroDesk

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Grants of up to £50,000 to charities and social enterprises to improve their impact and attract investment through the Impact Management Programme (IMP)

The IARS International Institute is delighted to be appointed as an approved provider for the Impact Management Programme, funded by the Access Foundation and Power to Change. The programme offers a total of £1.8m of funding to charities and social enterprises to help them manage their impact capabilities and diversify through access to social investment and contracts.

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Call for Papers: YEIP's International Conference: "Prevention of Radicalisation in Young People"

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Skill Up: New funding for young entrepreneurs

An innovative training and skills development employability programme will enable hundreds of young Londoners from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds to become social entrepreneurs.  The programme titled “Skill Up - Skills for Young Social Entrepreneurs will facilitate learning building on the principles of gamification, peer-engagement and peer mentoring promoting creating thinking and innovation for social good.

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The 2nd International Young Carers Conference, Broadcasted Live May 29 at 9.00-10.15

On the 29th of May 2017, the IARS International Institute is thrilled to have Professor Theo Gavrielides presenting on Race, Power and Young Carers in Europe: New evidence and directions at the 2nd International Young Carers Conference, in Malmö, Sweden, which will be broadcasted live 29-31 May 2017 at 9.00-10.15.

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Statement on the Manchester terror attack

 

 

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