The Model Legislative Provisions developed by UNOCT/UNCCT, IPU and UNODC aim to serve as a model for the review of existing laws and procedures related to victims of terrorism and to develop legislation where no legislation exists. The provisions will systematize and promote the exchange of information regarding existing good practices and will serve to draw attention to the urgency of taking concrete steps to protect, assist and support victims of terrorism. The Model Legislative Provisions offer guidance on the implementation of laws and procedures to support adaptation in different countries, as well as provide suggestions for formulating provisions based on various legal systems. Grounding Member States’ national comprehensive assistance plans in legislation will help to ensure that they are implemented and that the rights of victims of terrorism are protected by law.
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