This informative and exciting course on Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, brings together approximately 80 international students, and 50 internationally renowned experts from the field of victimology, criminology, and criminal justice. The course covers the areas of the Theory and History of Victimology; UN Declarations and Victim Activities; Restorative Justice; Human Trafficking Victims; Victims in Various Criminal Justice Systems; Victimization of Women; Victim Compensation and Restitution; Crisis and Crisis Intervention; Refugees as victims; and much more.


Victim Support Europe and Weisser Ring are organizing an annual conference entitled Protecting fundamental freedoms, a victim’s perspective!, which will take place on June 7, 8 and 9, 2023 in Berlin, Germany.

The first day of the conference will be dedicated to the protection of the victim’s fundamental freedoms and the question of how professionals can catch up with the challenges of new emerging types of crime and how does this impact the victim? The second day of the conference will be oriented towards practitioners from law enforcement, while the third, final day of the conference will be dedicated to professionals who work directly with victims of crime and  issues of resilience  and self-care.

More information about the conference at:…/save-the-date-2023-vse…/


The WSV will co-host the next International Symposium on Victimology in India 2024.  More information about WSV symposium on


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