Country studies for the project ‘Victim Support Services in the EU: An overview and assessment of victims’ rights in practice’

February
2016
These country reports provide a general overview of the situation of victim support in Member States as well as a more in depth exploration of the situation, including promising practices, which offer support to victims of crime in different ways. Information has also been taken from secondary sources. The information in the country reports comes from reports prepared under contract by the FRA’s research network FRANET.
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  • Austria
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  • Belgium
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  • Bulgaria
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  • Croatia
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  • Cyprus
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  • Czechia
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  • Denmark
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  • Estonia
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  • Finland
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  • France
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  • Germany
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  • Greece
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  • Hungary
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  • Ireland
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  • Italy
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  • Latvia
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  • Lithuania
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  • Luxembourg
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  • Malta
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  • Netherlands
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  • Poland
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  • Portugal
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  • Romania
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  • Slovakia
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  • Slovenia
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  • Spain
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  • Sweden
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  • United Kingdom
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DISCLAIMER: These documents were commissioned under contract as background material for a comparative analysis by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) for the project ‘Victim Support Services in the EU: An overview and assessment of victims’ rights in practice’. The information and views contained in the document do not necessarily reflect the views or the official position of FRA. The document is made publicly available for transparency and information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or legal opinion.