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How the Criminal Justice System Can Work to Prevent Re-Victimisation or Re-Traumatisation of Victims.

December 16, 2020

Participants gained knowledge about victim and gender-sensitive and trauma-informed approaches, including understanding about the diverse experiences, dynamics and needs of trafficked victims. ASEAN policy makers, partners, and participants are influenced towards supporting policies that will  strengthen protective measures and responses that respect the fundamental rights of victims, provide them the appropriate assistance, and improve court procedures, professional interactions, and structures to prevent victims’ re-traumatization or re-victimization


  • Associate Professor Dr. David Wells, Associate Professor in the Department of Forensic Medicine at Monash University
  • Llyod Babb, Director of the NSW Public Prosecutions, NSW, Australia
  • Rita Pranawati, MA, Vice Chair of the Indonesian Commission on Child Protection (KPAI), Indonesia