International Question Time: Combating Hate Crime and Xenophobia through Restorative Justice: Reflections
Author: Gabriel Sanders, 99% Campaign team member and IARS Communications and Policy Intern On the evening of 13 April 2015, at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, some of the most accredited and acutely aware minds of United Kingdom academia gathered to discuss restorative justice and hate crimes, the issues closest […]
Author: Gabriel Sanders, 99% Campaign team member and IARS Communications and Policy Intern Jet-lagged, hungry, and bedraggled, my first encounter with the London Metropolitan Police began when I sat down with several student companions at a Cromwell road restaurant for lunch. The officer had been standing at the bar with his partner, intermittently eyeing our […]
The mighty click of a mouse these days can speak greater volumes than that of vehement chanting on the streets, placards in hand may just be one summary of the cultural shift of ordinary people voicing their disgust at government policy […]
How do we successfully reach out to disabled young people? How do we create opportunities for disabled youth to participate in decisions about their own care and services that they should have access to? And how do we address different needs and/or communication impairments and make sure these are being included in participation activities? On the 28th October, Coretta […]
On Tuesday, October 14th, IARS and its 99% Campaign Team were given the opportunity to attend and present a Youth and Hate Crime workshop at the Hate Crime Community Conference at the Ilford Library. The conference was organized by the Redbridge Equalities & Community Council and Newham Monitoring Project.