Education and Training
To secure a place for victims as participants with a legally recognized voice requires cultural change. This is because the traditional paradigm of a two-party system is entrenched in the training of prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges, and law students, and reverberates in popular culture. To change this, NCVLI conducts systemwide education on the meaning, scope, and enforceability of victims’ rights.
NCVLI trains on victims’ rights enforcement through in-person trainings, conference presentations, webinars, and a variety of publications.
Click below to see our training brochure.