Ask for Rights: Turning Knowledge into Action
Victims have rights federally and in every state.
We need to start by knowing victims' rights, but we can’t stop there.
It’s our collective responsibility to ensure that victims' rights are afforded because meaningful victim participation ensures better systems and empowers communities.
Whether you are an attorney, prosecutor, judge, lawmaker, advocate, ally, or survivor... Are YOU asking for victims' rights?
Sign up for our newsletter, follow us on social media, and look for the hashtag #AskForRights for updates on the effort.
Join us as we encourage others to identify gaps in policies, programs, and the justice system.
Let's work together to turn knowledge into action.
Ask for Rights.