The final report of the Abused no More project
The book was written within a 3 year youth led programme that aimed to create, a strategic partnership in theRead more.
A reflection on violent radicalisation
Sara Natividade, 21, is one of the Portuguese young researchers of YEIP. In collaboration with Theo Gravielides, IARS, she reflectedRead more.
IARS Vacancy for a Membership and Communications Associate
The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce a vacancy for a Membership and Communications Associate. The post is offeredRead more.
The YEIP partnership carried out a research in high schools and in youth migrant centers to explore the young peopleRead more.
3rd YEIP Transnational meeting in Athens
The 3rd Transnational Meeting of the YEIP project took place on the 25th and 26th of June in Athens, Greece.Read more.
European Commission: factsheet on radicalisation
Tackling radicalisation through education and youth action. Find out what the EU and Member States doing to tackle violent radicalisationRead more.
Reducing social exclution: Time for a modern (restorative) approach?
This paper argues that therapeutic, psycho-social, trauma-informed interventions are the first steps in the journey to preventing and reducing socialRead more.
Restorative Justice & Radicalisation: From theory to practice
2nd Biennial International conference on Restorative Justice, Tehran, Iran (4-5 May 2018), Available here Dr. Theo Gavrielides presentation.Read more.
Restorative Justice as Bridge between silk road road civilisation
From the 3rd-4th May, IARS Found and Director, Dr Theo Gavrielides, will be a keynote speaker at the 2nd Biennial International conferenceRead more.
Tackling Youth Radicalisation
Exploring and exploiting the complementarity between the Good Lives Model and Positive Psycology. Sinclair Coward, Head of academic department ofRead more.