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Volunteers needed for project on victims of violent/hate crime

Have you been the victim of a violent/hate crime? The University’s Human Rights Law Centre is looking for volunteers to take part in an EU project on how well the system works for victims of crime.

Volunteers will be interviewed about their experience as a crime victim in the criminal courts, with all responses kept anonymous and confidential.

Forming part of an EU project, interviews will focus on the role of the police, the CPS and the courts, rather than the crime itself.

If you are interested in taking part or would like to find out more, please contact Laura Wills by Tuesday 8 August.

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