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IARS Away Day

On April 10th, we had our first IARS away day of the year, and it was an eventful one at that (spoiler alert it ends with a punch!) The team got together and took the opportunity to get to know one another and familiarise themselves with the projects that our project coordinators are working hard to deliver.

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Sexual Orientation and Young People: Just launched

Today we are extremely excited to launch the first 2018 Special Issue, with Special Guest editor Dr Jason Schaub from Birmingham University. This release highlights the journey that young people face while dealing with LGBT+ issues.

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RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AS A BRIDGE BETWEEN SILK ROAD CIVILISATIONS

THE SILK ROAD AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

From the 4th-5th May, IARS Found and Director, Dr Theo Gavrielides, will be a keynote speaker at the 2nd Biennial International conference on Restorative Justice. This international event is organised by Tarbiat Modares University and is titled“Restorative Justice as a Bridge between Silk Road Civilizations”. It will be held in Tehran, Iran.

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EYE2018 Instagram Photo Competition

Are you over 18, living in an EU country and passionate about photography? Take part in the European Parliament's Instagram photo contest for the chance to win a place at the 2018 European Youth Event (EYE) in Strasbourg!

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Bursaries for IARS members: 1 week in Romania for CPD human rights training

We are offering 3 bursaries to our members to attend a CPD accredited training event on 19 – 24 March 2018, in Bucharest, Romania. The event entitled “Abused No More: Safeguarding Youth and Empowering Professionals” will strengthen the skills and competences of youth professionals who are working with marginalised young people especially those who are facing exclusion and discrimination due to ethnicity, gender-based abuse or their cultural backgrounds. The deadline for applying is Tuesday 6th March. Only IARS members are eligible.

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The Youth Voice Journal joins one of the biggest indexing channels in Europe

IARS has always aspired to be a leader in creating new knowledge and forming public and expert opinion on matters involving Youth, Justice and Equality. When Dr. Theo Gavrielides founded the Youth Voice Journal (YVJ) in 2009, his aim was to create a space that allowed academics and young people to publish their research on a peer-reviewed platform in the hopes that this collection of evidence-based research changes the way we view matters that affect us all.

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DROP-In: a new, youth-led project for early school leavers

The “DROP-In – Early School Leavers” new EU project seeks to establish alternative pathways for youth ESLs and drop outs, towards social inclusion and ultimately, the labour market.

A modern, integrated and holistic e-learning and networking platform will be available for young drop-outs and ESLs across Europe while, on the same time, new and innovative methodologies will be introduced in order to enhance the basic and transversal skills of the specific group.

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Needles in haystacks. Finding a way forward for cross-sectoral youth policy

The Youth partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe have launched a book titled Needles in haystacks. Finding a way forward for cross-sectoral youth policy, which dissects the meaning of cross-sectorality in youth policy.

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Call for a youth worker consultant: Immediate start

Youth Worker / Coach Opportunity – Immediate Start in Southwark
 
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Youth Radicalisation: YEIP International Youth Conference Teachs How to Prevent Not to Counter

On January 22nd , the YEIP International Conference took place at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE), bringing together over 100 young people, politicians, policy makers and scholars to debate the issue of youth radicalisation.

The event was organised by the social cooperative Anziani e non solo, in collaboration with Liguria Region, IARS international Institute of London and CRID - Interdepartmental Research Centre on Discriminations and vulnerabilities UNIMORE.

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