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Restorative Justice in the British Parliament: Press Release


A remarkable press release by the House of Commons acknowledged lately the effectiveness of restorative justice and made recommendations for its further implementation in England and Wales. UK Parliament supports that restorative justice - victim-offender conferencing in particular – may benefit profoundly not only our criminal justice system, but also our society as a whole. Actually, the House of Commons in agreement with the oral evidence given by Dr.Theo Gavrielides, founder of The IARS International Institute and founder and co-Director of the Restorative Justice for All (RJ4all) Institute, back in April, claims that restorative justice constitutes a “value for money” process, rejecting any doubts of the cost-effectiveness matter as “thin”.

IARS Vacancy: Deputy Director


The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce an exciting, new position for a Deputy Director, to lead on the delivery and development of its programmes and services. The post is office-based (London, UK) and is part-time (three days per week), offered on a two year fixed term contract. The contract is renewable and extendable depending on funding. This is a new role that will shape the Institute’s future having served the UK and the international arena for over a decade. Application deadline 3 October, 13:00.

Free access to new special issue of Probation Journal


 Probation Journal by Sage Publications offers free access to high-impacted articles of Issue 2, Volume 63 “Transforming Rehabilitation: Reflections two years on” through July.

SPECIAL OFFER! Offenders No More: An Inter-disciplinary Restorative Justice Dialogue


Special 20% discount for Gavrielides, T. (2015). Offenders No More: An Inter-disciplinary Restorative Justice Dialogue, New York: Nova Science Publishers

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Press release: The financial, social and values’ crisis: A Restorative Justice response


The 3rd International Symposium on Restorative Justice, took place on 17th – 24th June in Skopelos, Greece under the auspices of the Restorative Justice for All Institute (RJ4All) to address justice issues as these are impacted by the world’s financial, moral and social crises. Eight countries were represented in this special, 7-day highly scientific event, structured around the values of friendship, respect, academic rigour and confidentiality. Leading scholars from a range of disciplines came together to debate in a Greek Symposium method the issue of moving restorative justice beyond theory and research to international policy and practice within the framework of the global economic crisis. 

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