IARS 6th Annual International Conference 2018

At a critical time for Europe and the UK, when European solidarity is questioned, the 6th IARS International Annual Conference will bring together key decision makers, researchers, scholars and communities to present new evidence and bottom up solutions for a more equal society. 

Over two days and focusing on gender violence (day 1) and LGBT migrants, refugee and asylum seekers (day 2), this international event will push the barriers of current policy making and practice through the presentation of evidence-based solutions, and by allowing the voices that are rarely heard to lead on debates that matter.

BURSARIES FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS

The IARS International Institute is pleased to offer a limited number of bursaries of up to €200 to assist in covering travel and accommodation costs for workshop presenters. Young people are particularly encouraged to apply for a bursary should they wish to attend the conference. Should you wish to apply for a bursary please download and complete this form and return it to contact@iars.org.uk by 1 June.

REGISTRATION & FEES

This is an accredited event that involves substantial costs to the charity. To secure your place, CPD Certification and lunch, we are requesting for a donation of £70 (both days) or £45 (for 1 day).

Payment can be made via the Big Give or by emailing contact@iars.org.uk

Larger donations are encouraged as all proceedings will be invested into our projects and ensure the continuation of our charitable work with marginalised young people. You can also consider joining us as a member and receive your member discount. To join us click here

July 12th, 2018 9:00 AM   to   July 13th, 2018 4:30 PM
Middle Temple Lane
London, EC4Y-9AT
United Kingdom
1 day £ 45.00
2 days £ 70.00

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