Hate Crime Victim Support in Europe: A Practical Guide

Kusminder Chahal, Stephan-Jakob Kees, Paul Iganski, Robert Kusche, Magdalena Swider

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This report is produced by RAA Sachsen (Saxony), a German civil society organisation who provide counselling services to victims of hate crime, in participation with a number of partner organisations. It is the result of their project, "Standards and Guidelines for Victims of Hate Crime in Europe", aimed at improving support structures and the situation of victims of hate crimes. The document presents suggested guidelines, recommendations and necessary framework requirements for efficient counselling services throughout Europe.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDresden
PublisherRAA Sachsen E.V
Number of pages67
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2016

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    Chahal, K., Kees, S-J., Iganski, P., Kusche, R., & Swider, M. (2016). Hate Crime Victim Support in Europe: A Practical Guide. Dresden: RAA Sachsen E.V.