La fédération France Victimes, (anciennement INAVEM) a été créé en 1986 et s’est constitué en fédération à la faveur du changement des statuts de l’association en juin 2004 et a changé de nom en 2017.
La Fédération s’inscrit dans une histoire, asseoit sa légitimité et son expertise en ayant une représentation nationale large, en travaillant en étroite collaboration avec de nombreux partenaires, opérationnels et financiers. Depuis le début, France Victimes a tissé des liens à l’international et continue à s’inscrire dans une dynamique internationale.
France Victimes, Fédération regroupant 130 associations d’aide aux victimes partout en France, est financé par plusieurs ministères, au premier titre desquels, le ministère de la Justice.
L’objet de la Fédération est de promouvoir et de développer l’aide et l’assistance aux victimes, les pratiques de médiation et toute autre mesure contribuant à améliorer la reconnaissance des victimes.
Les principaux objectifs de France Victimes sont:
– La définition et l’évaluation des missions d’aide aux victimes,
– La coordination et le soutien aux associations d’aide aux victimes adhérentes,
– L’information et la sensibilisation des professionnels et du public à l’aide aux victimes.
Human Rights in Democracy Center (HRDC)
Rruga Siri Kodra, Pall 23, Sh 1, Ap 12, Tirana, Albania; Postal Address: P.O Box, 2901
Human Rights in Democracy Center (HRDC) is non-governmental, non-partisan and non-profit organisation aiming to work for the respect, protection and fulfilment of human rights in Albania. HRDC was founded to improve the human rights situation in the country and advance the status of women, especially in counties’ rural areas. Through its multifaceted programs, the organisation combats violence against women, builds women’s capacity to engage in civil society, promotes a gender approach in the democratization process, and lobbies for laws related to gender equality. The Center’s strategies include direct services to women experiencing violence, capacity building of state actors, documentation, awareness-raising, and empowerment programs for women activists.
HRDC provides support services for victims of domestic violence, victims of all forms of discrimination, legal, psychological and social consultation, and does court representation for victims of domestic violence, discrimination. It also provides training to the police, judicial authorities, and local authorities. HRDC also monitors legislation and practice and carries out advocacy work as well as research and awareness raising activities. Part of its monitoring function relates to the enforcement of laws constitutional rights and freedoms from within a gender equality perspective.
Mission of HRDC is :
• To protect and promote human rights as an independent actor in civil society sector in Albania;
• To bring sustainable improvements of social position of women in Albanian society;
• To strengthen democracy through advocacy, lobbing, monitoring, litigation of improvement the legislation
• To empower vulnerable groups through education, awareness, training, capacity building, with special focus to women;
• To be the legal voice of voiceless on human rights issues;
Strategies of HRDC are
• Human Rights Defense Strategy; Monitoring and Documentation of Human Rights Violations; Human Rights Education (raising the level of legal consciousness of the population and protection of the legal rights and interest) and Human Rights Advocacy. The strategies are closely interrelated and they are likely to produce synergy-effects in a long run.
The Irish Road Victims Association is a NGO that supports those bereaved or injured by road collisions and campaigns for justice, rights and recognition for Road Crash Victims.
It works with all Stakeholders whose common aim to prevent road deaths and injuries, to improve road crash investigations and to improve support services for Road Victims and bereaved families.
It campaigns for a fairer justice system, with more transparent investigations, prosecutions and Coroner’s inquests. It seeks improved support and recognition for Road Victims together with timely accurate information provided for those affected by road deaths and injuries, without excessive fees being applied.
Irish Road Victims Association – Emotional Support
The Irish Road Victims Association comprises a group of people, many of whom have lost a loved one in a road traffic collision or have been injured themselves, their colleagues, relatives and friends. They are available to speak to bereaved families if they would like to discuss any aspect of their post-crash experience.
Irish Road Victims Association – Practical Support
The IRVA has produced a Guide for the Families of Victims of Road Traffic Collisions. It is available for anybody affected by road traffic collisions, including bereaved families. It outlines the steps involved in the professional Garda investigation of serious injury and fatal collisions, and the subsequent post-mortem, inquest and legal proceedings (where applicable) and offers information and advice to the victim’s family.
The Irish Road Victims’ Association is a member of the European Federation for Road Traffic Victims (FEVR) and is also a member of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety & Road Victims.
The IRVA is also a signatory to the European Road Safety Charter (ERSC).