An awareness-raising short film on clinical forensic examinations has been produced in the framework of the RiVi project and is now available to the public.
The RiVi project aims at strengthening the right of victims of crime to access clinical forensic examinations, independently of filing a criminal charge. This allows for storing evidence that might be needed for future proceedings.
The new short film contributes to this objective by highlighting the significant role of medical professionals in victim support and the necessity of tracing and preserving evidence of surviving victims of physical violence and/or sexual abuse.
The short film has been produced by Johnny Be Good in cooperation with Cinéma Humain.
For further information on the RiVi project, please visit bim.lbg.ac.at/en/rivi.