EXAMPLE OF GOOD PRACTICE OF VICTIM RIGHTS: COMPARISON OF STUDIES IN CANADA AND TURKEY

Keywords: Victim rights, Child monitoring centers, Help lines

Abstract

Victim rights is a concept that has been at the agenda  in recent years.  This issue, which first came as a sub-title of criminology, then came to life in many developed countries, including the United States and Canada, and important steps were taken about it. All cases of violence against children, including sexual abuse, especially against women and to support the needs of victims in cases of domestic violence, especially psychological, medical and legal aspects to be given to victims who have been assaulted in healing process is very important. Organizations in the developed countries are paying attention to this subject matter.

In this study, the practices in Canada that have done important work on Victim Rights will be described as examples of good practice and the situation in our country will be evaluated in terms of Victim Rights by comparing them with the studies in Turkey.

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Published
2019-12-18
How to Cite
POLAT, N. (2019). EXAMPLE OF GOOD PRACTICE OF VICTIM RIGHTS: COMPARISON OF STUDIES IN CANADA AND TURKEY. JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVES, 3(5), 29-38. https://doi.org/10.26900/jsp.3.042