The missions of INAVEM and the associations in its network
INAVEM, the French Victim Support and Mediation Institute, was created in 1986 on the occasion of the first assembly of the fifty or so victim support associations that already existed.
INAVEM updates the details of the victim support associations in other countries; this data is available to all of the victim support associations in the network. The fundamental missions of INAVEM, the national federation of victim support associations, are to drive, coordinate and promote victim support actions and also to enter into partnerships and agreements to this end.
INAVEM’s primary objectives are:
groups together 141 victim support associations, involving 1,500
employees and volunteers. They run 760 victim welcome offices (in
courts, legal advice centres, police stations, hospitals, etc.) where
most of 300 000 victims are supporting.
The associations have a code of ethics and a victim support services charter that define the victim support missions, mediation, the staff’s employment status and operational relations between the associations and INAVEM.
www.inavem.org (in french)
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