Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/23013
DC FieldValue
ContributorsLawson, Jane E.
ContributorsKundrák, Viktor
ContributorsKusche, Robert
ContributorsAa, Suzan van der
ContributorsKamber, Krešimir
ContributorsZálešák, Michal
ContributorsRaffel, Lars-Arne
Country CoverageOSCE region
Accessioned Date2022-04-25T08:51:25Z
Availability Date2022-04-25T08:51:25Z
Issue Date2022-04-04
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/23013
AbstractHate crime victims who chose to participate in criminal or civil proceedings must feel safe and supported each step of the way. They should have the opportunity to present the harm they have suffered, receive compensation and have the confidence that their procedural rights will be safeguarded. Regardless if the prosecution leads to conviction, it is imperative that hate crime victims have meaningful access to justice and can participate in the criminal proceedings. The webinar is organized as part of the Enhancing Stakeholder Awareness and Resources for Hate Crime Victim Support (EStAR) project [https://www.osce.org/odihr/hate-crime-victim-support]. It will promote hate crime victims’ active participation and adequate support provision during the criminal proceedings. Leading experts and practitioners in the field will provide insights into victims’ participation rights in different types of jurisdictions, provision of legal aid in criminal proceedings and international litigation. It will look at how hate crime victims should be supported during these proceedings, as well as offer professional perspectives and experiences on navigating the criminal justice system.
Formatvideo
Languageen
SeriesEStAR
Subject Keywordshate crime
Subject Keywordsvictims
Subject Keywordsvictim support
Subject Keywordslegal assistance
TitleHate Crime Victims’ Participation in Criminal Proceedings [EStAR webinar no 2]
Material Typepresentation
Material Typetools and guides
Corporate AuthorsOSCE ODIHR Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department (TND)
Corporate AuthorsOSCE ODIHR
Key IssuesHate crime
Volume18
Physical Descriptionvideo; [
URL more informationhttps://www.osce.org/odihr/514198
See Alsoracism and xenophobia
See Alsoanti-Semitism
See Alsointolerance
See AlsoRoma and Sinti
See AlsoMuslims
See AlsoChristians
See Alsopersons with disabilities
See Alsosexual orientation
See Alsogender identity
See Alsogender
See Alsocivil society
See Alsoanti-discrimination
See Alsotolerance
See Alsostereotype
See Alsoprejudice
See Alsohate speech
See Alsovictims
See Alsonational law
See Alsointernational law
See Alsocriminal law
See Alsojudicial system
See Alsoadministration of justice
See AlsoOSCE ODIHR
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23013_EN_1.mp4Video recording of the webinar3.49 GBMP4View/Open
23013_EN_7.pdfLars-Arne Raffel presentation: "Practical aspects of supporting hate crime victims during criminal proceedings"428.64 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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23013_EN_2.pdfWebinar invitation419.62 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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23013_EN_3.pdfWebinar Concept note and Agenda313.14 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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23013_EN_4.pdfMeasures to enhance participation523.77 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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23013_EN_5.pdfKresimir Kamber presentation: "Participation of Hate Crime Victims in Criminal Proceedings: The ECHR Perspective"277.6 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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23013_EN_6.pdfMichal Zálešák presentation531.11 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
  
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