The project provides Member States with concrete examples of different practices in the area of support to victims of crime. It is the first independent overview of victim support services in the EU and involves the revision of current practices and gaps at the national and regional level leading to an overview of different models of victim support from which ‘promising practices’ can be highlighted as a basis for further development and enhancement of victim support.
The purpose of the project is to examine how border guard officers deal with the challenge of ensuring that border checks are undertaken with the necessary degree of scrutiny without causing undue delays or resorting to inappropriate treatment..
The project aimed at identifying obstacles in accessing judicial and non-judicial bodies, such as equality bodies. It also aimed to map promising practices that facilitate access to justice for people who feel that their rights have been violated, such as victims of discrimination.