Our Advisory Board serves as a valuable partner by contributing to the ongoing development of the association, knowledge sharing and fighting for victims’ rights. Their role includes initiating initiatives, engaging in public dialogue providing a holistic perspective. The Advisory Board’s tasks involve advocating for victims’ concerns in their respective professions, engaging with specialists, media, and politicians by legislative proposals, and pilot schemes as well as strengthen our public profile.

Our Advisory board

Our Advisory Board plays a vital role in shaping VSM and MOTAS, promoting knowledge sharing, and advocating for victims’ rights. They actively advocate for victims within their professional realms, collaborating with specialists, media, and policymakers through legislative proposals. Comprising national and international members, all dedicated to victim support, they share a common goal of ensuring accessible, qualified, consistent, and transparent legal and emotional assistance, as well as expanding victim rights. We are immensely grateful for their invaluable guidance and support. Stay tuned as we proudly introduce our Advisory Board soon.

Become an member!

We are actively seeking Advisory Board members, including experienced professionals, former and current politicians, and passionate activists in the field of victim support. As a member of our Advisory Board, you will serve as a crucial ambassador, actively shaping our political initiatives and contributing to the development of our association. If you are interested in becoming an Advisory Board member and making a meaningful impact by advocating for the best legal and emotional support for crime victims and witnesses, as well as fighting for their rights, we should talk!