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Implementation through the construction and field validation of tools

Implement the EU Youth Strategy’s objective of preventing the factors that can lead to young people’s social exclusion and radicalisation

The YEIP Partnership

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Youth Empowerment and Innovation Project, led by young people will construct and test innovative policy intervention models. Join our network, please register filling out the application form


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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 social exclusion, (re) offending and radicalisation.

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.

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 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.

Tackling Youth Radicalisation

Exploring and exploiting the complementarity between the Good Lives Model and Positive Psycology. Sinclair Coward, Head of academic department of social work and integrated care, Buckinghamshire New University, UK


Youth Voice Journal special Issue: Sexual Orientation & Young People IARS has always aspired to be a leader in creating new knowledge and forming public and expert opinion on matters...

Qualitative Research Technics for Younger Audiences: A Crash Course by INOVA+

A training course on how to build an innovative tool to prevent marginalization of young people, was held by INOVA+, one of the partners of the YEIP project, last April, 7th.

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