Fair and Appropriate? Compensation of Sexual Violence in EU Member States: Greece, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands and Spain: Part II: State and Offender Compensation: Survey, Good Practices and Recommendations

Nieke Elbers*, Arno Akkermans, Helena Soleto Muñoz, Anna Fiodorova, Aurea Grané, Josep Maria Tamarit Sumalla, Laura Arantegui, Patrizia Patrizi, Gian Luigi Lepri, Ernesto Lodi, Doriana Chirico, Iluta Lāce, Lelde Vaivoide, Juris Dilba, Antonia Brekasi, Nancy Saripapa, Nicholas Spetsidis

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Abstract

This is Part II of the reporting of FAIRCOM, a collaboration of partners, both academics and NGO's, in several member states of the European Union. The aim of FAIRCOM is to contribute to justice for victims of sexual crimes in the European Union by improving the possibilities for obtaining compensation (https://sexualviolencejustice.eu). This Report part II presents the results of an investigative study on State Compensation and Offender Compensation in the current five partner countries: Greece, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands and Spain. It identifies good practices en offers recommendations. It is the follow-up of the first FAIRCOM Report ('Fair and Appropriate? Part I'). There will also be a Final Report. FAIRCOM is financed by The EU Justice Program (2014-2020).
Original languageEnglish
PublisherFAIRCOM
Commissioning bodyEuropean Commission, DG Just
Number of pages95
Volume2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2020

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