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Publication date: 24 April 2019

Victims' rights as standards of criminal justice – Justice for victims of violent crime, Part I (1.03 MB)

This report — Part I — sketches out the development of victims’ rights in Europe, and outlines the human rights standards that apply today. Taken together, the four reports reveal a wide gap between the law ‘on the books’ and the law in practice, showing that many victims still feel marginalised. We hope this series encourages policymakers to take steps to ensure that victims of violent crime receive the attention, support and consideration to which they are entitled.

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20 June 2019

Country studies for the for the report 'Rights of crime victims to have access to justice'

These reports from EU Member States constitute the background material for a comparative analysis for the report ‘Rights of crime victims to have access to justice’. The country studies were prepared by FRA’s research network, FRANET.

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Publication date: 20 June 2019

Country study - Rights of crime victims to have access to justice - Portugal (870.75 KB)

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Country study - Rights of crime victims to have access to justice - Austria (1.24 MB)

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Country study - Rights of crime victims to have access to justice - France (1.57 MB)

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Country study - Rights of crime victims to have access to justice - Germany (991.78 KB)

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Country study - Rights of crime victims to have access to justice - Netherlands (1.15 MB)

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Country study - Rights of crime victims to have access to justice - Poland (1.48 MB)

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Country study - Rights of crime victims to have access to justice - United Kingdom (1.76 MB)