Why are victim support services important to people in the EU? >>

To mark the European Day for Victims of Crime on 22 February, FRA has created this infographic based on the the report: Victims of crime in the EU: the extent and nature of support for victims, published in January, 2015. 





The infographic contains 6 embedded links which the reader can follow by clicking on the following:

  • A tablet and smartphone which lead to an innovative website and app, developed in Portugal and Sweden, which can put victims in touch with local services;
  • The logos of Victim Support Europe, Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE) and the E-Justice portal which lead to their respective websites, and;
  • The cover of the publication Victims of crime in the EU: the extent and nature of support for victims, in the bottom right corner.



Celebrating 5 years of the EU Fundamental Rights Charter >>

The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights entered into force on 1 December 2009. To celebrate its first five years, FRA has produced this infographic.



Violence against women survey >>

Widespread violence against women in EU: At home, work, in public, online.







Hate crime in the EU >>

Evidence collected by FRA and other organisations shows that hate crime is a daily reality throughout the EU.







EU LGBT survey >>

A summary of the results of the EU's largest online survey into the experiences of discrimination and violence by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.