29. March 2019 |
WAVE 2016 Fact Sheet on the EU Victims’ Directive
The EU Victims’ Directive sets common standards in the European Union concerning the rights of victims in criminal proceedings and their support. The Directive was adopted in 2012, with the provisions having to be effected in national laws by 16 November 2015. The legislation contains a range of provisions aimed at guaranteeing the basic rights of victims in criminal proceedings, as well as their protection and support.
Download WAVE Fact Sheet on the EU Victims’ Directive here (January 2016).