Call for Workshop Proposals
Due to the safety concerns and travel restrictions caused by COVID-19, the conference 2020 will take place online in a live stream.
We are inviting inspiring and inspired speakers to contribute to our conference workshop part:
A 1-1,30 hour workshop – which, depending on the subject could be split between two or three speakers.
Victim Support Europe (VSE) is the leading European umbrella organisation advocating on behalf of all victims of crime, no matter what the crime, no matter who the victim is.
VSE’s Annual International Conferences distil the very latest research and best practices of victim support field into practical, applicable advice to help attendees, frontline support workers, policymakers and professionals in criminal justice system, master their roles and advance their services. VSE’s Conferences are all about the newest ideas, the latest solutions, unparalleled connections and the brightest minds in the victim support community.
About this Conference
Each year, Victim Support Europe organises its Annual Conference that provides a unique opportunity to address the most active issues related to victims of crime in the EU. The Conference is a major international event bringing together the key players working with victims of crime. Between 200 and 250 participants from victim support organisations as well as practitioners, researchers, experts, academics, government officials and criminal Justice officials attend annually.
This year’s edition ‘Bridging High-Tech and Victim Support Services’ unites tech companies who are passionate about technology and social good with victim support community leaders who are leveraging technology for the benefit of victims of crime.
When is the Conference?
November 19, 2020
This year’s potential workshop themes:
- new technologies to improve access to victim support and rights;
- supporting victims online;
- design and implementation of web-based tools that increase the availability of, or improve access to, products and services that are necessary for victims to report a crime, to protect themselves or to recover;
- technologies designed to support emotional wellbeing;
- digital Technologies for better justice;
- hardware and apps to improve protection and support of the most vulnerable victims.
Sounds great what should I do next?
Please complete a short speaker form or show your interest by sending an email to: email@example.com. If successful our conference team will follow up to ensure you make the best of our pre-show communications to promote your attendance at the event.
September 25, 2020