EU: Fundamental Rights Agency: Ensuring justice for hate crime victims: professional perspectives

"The 2012 Directive establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime acknowledges that hate crime victims are particularly vulnerable and stresses their right to protection in accordance with their particular needs. EU Member States should strive to improve access to justice for such victims, both by supporting victims in reporting their experiences to the police and by improving the police and judiciary’s responses. This report aims to encourage such efforts."

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