NLUD Registrar Prof. Bajpai Elected As VSA Vice-President

aasavri Rai

12 April 2019 5:39 PM GMT

  • NLUD Registrar Prof. Bajpai Elected As VSA Vice-President

    Prof. Dr. G.S. Bajpai has recently been elected as the Vice-President of Victim Support Asia (VSA), Asian region, recognizing his consistent contributions towards reforms in victim justice, research in criminal justice and his academic, published, and professional accreditations in the ambit of victim Justice.

    It is a progression to his roles and responsibilities as presently the President of Indian Society of Victimology (ISV) and the elected Executive Member of World Society of Victimology (WSV).

    Dr. Bajpai is also presently serving as Registrar and Professor at National Law University, Delhi.

    VSA as an international body functions to network and connect various stakeholders, professionals, and organizations working towards aiding, abetting, and providing solutions towards the cause of victim justice. It is concerned with building collaborations internationally to facilitate changes towards legal policies, judicial practices, and services to support victims in cases. In its conference, VSA identified the rights and support systems and services available to victims, further identifying the challenges presented to the victims, and how they could receive aid in such circumstances.

    As VSA's Vice-President Asia, Prof. Bajpai's roles include forging cooperation and collaborative networks and supports concerning victim justice; and advocating the cause of the improved and transparent need for rights and services for victims in the Asian region.

    The International VSA Conference, that felicitated Prof. Bajpai with this honourable position, aimed at forging ties between different countries and professionals of various nationalities, to come together, building towards VSA's objective of improved future for victims of crime across Asia. Many luminaries from across the globe belonging to various internationally-recognized NGOs, governmental and crime justice agencies, researchers, experts, and officials working for victims of crime attended the event.

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