Responses to cases of intimate partner violence: Legal framework, procedures in law enforcement and (criminal) justice, risk assessment and needs of victims

During the summer of 2014 each INASC partner drew a baseline and described the current state of knowledge of the issue in their own countries. Based on an analysis of existing literature they described the national legal frameworks on domestic violence and existing protection and support procedures as well as mechanisms. The reports at hand comprise the results of this literature research in each country. A synopsis compares findings of the five countries.

An additional literature review gives a brief overview on international research findings on victims' needs and rights.

These reports are available only in English.