- Assessing promising practices of the criminal justice system.
- Capacity building for key-stakeholders from partners countries, in order to promote the inclusion of trauma-responsive approach in the criminal justice system.
- Facilitate transnational cooperation and dialogue among stakeholders from 5 EU Member States and other countries
- The project promotes judicial cooperation, exchange of good practices, networking among legal professionals and stakeholders in order to find solutions for a more responsive criminal justice system towards victims’ needs. It has been designed to assist stakeholders to reshape the criminal justice system by creating better programs and action plans to protect victims’ rights in trial proceedings, to expand victims’ role. The project provides police officers, prosecutors, judges, lawyers with tools and sensitivity to deal with victims’ needs according with EU and international standards. Responding effectively to all victims is not only the right thing to do, but is also in the criminal justice system best interest, as it will contribute to increase case clearance rate, improve cooperation, decrease crime rates.
- Management and coordination.
- Promising practices in judicial procedures for a victim human-rights based approach.
- Improved strategies for a better response of the justice system towards victims’ rights protection.
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