Aims and content of NAVT

The main aim of NAVT is to stimulate trans-national co-operation between associations of victims of terrorism and enhance the representation of victims' interests at European Union level. This should be done through the setting up and running of a stable, focussed and effective network of European associations of victims of terrorism or other non governmental organisations with a special focus on supporting victims of terrorism


The general aim of NAVT are:

  • Create a network of associations of victims of terrorism or other organizations with a special focus on supporting victims of terrorism;
  • Contribute to increase the representation of victims of terrorism in the European Union well as the solidarity of European citizens with them;
  • Assess current aid and protection offered to victims of terrorism in the European Union;
  • Gather best practices and identify gaps in the aid and protection offered to victims of terrorism;
  • Propose activities to extend best practices and address these gaps;
  • Support the Union's goal of providing aid and protection to victims of terrorism

The objectives of the Network have been:

  • Development of a unified assistance to victims or terrorism in Europe.
  • Development of the European protocol of performance in terrorist attacks.
  • Assessment to Governments, NLO, and other organizations which work with victims of terrorism.
  • Creation of list of experts in every European country, who could give the most efficient and fast support to victims in any place of Europe. These lists of experts would be proposed by the Network, among those professionals who had the enough knowledge and experience in the arena support of victims of terrorism.

National and international congreses (NAVT)

16 December, 2012

Communication COVITE

From COVITE, we want to state our opinion regarding the demands from certain sectors, including institutions and political parties, related to the rapprochement of ETA prisoners to prisons in the Basque Country and the granting of penitentiary benefits
5 November, 2012

European victims of terrorism, experts and professionals exchange opinions and experience regarding the use of terrorist victims’ testimony to prevent radicalisation.

The director of the Network of Associations of Victims of Terrorism (NAVT), María Lozano, thanked all the associations that are members of the network for the commitment and affection they have shown and the work they have all carried out together in recent years.
31 October, 2012

Next 5th November, the European Network of Associations of Victims of Terrorism (NAVT) will be holding a new European Congress in The Hague (Netherlands), supported and funded by the European Commission

This time, the host association is Impact-Arq, and the theme of the meeting will focus on the use of testimony from victims of terrorism in preventing radicalization.
18 October, 2012

A moving awards ceremony for the “La puerta del recuerdo” prizes given by the CEU San Pablo University Foundation’s International Observatory of Victims of Terrorism

The event, attended by numerous personalities and institutions, recognized the experience and merits of the award-winners: the Association for Aid to the 11-M Victims, Tuesday´s Children and Irene Villa.
8 October, 2012

IV International Award “La puerta del recuerdo”

The Association for Aid to the 11-M Victims, Irene Villa and Tuesday’s Children are to receive the 4th “La Puerta del Recuerdo” International Award for their fight against terrorism
12 September, 2012

23rd anniversary of the attack against UTA DC10

23rd anniversary of the attack against UTA DC10

Encuesta para determinar el conocimiento de la sociedad en general sobre la próxima prescripción del 11M, así como su opinión al respecto.

Puedes rellenar el cuestionario en este enlace.