Guidance for Victims of Terrorism
Victims of terrorism often speak in public about what happened to them. Getting information first hand and making a terroristic atrocity more than an anonymous number of casualties are increasing the impact of a story.
Victims of terrorism are either asked or feel the urge to speak. Especially in the initial phase, this is not easy. To give some guidance, this checklist has been made. The primary target group is victims of terrorism and their organisations. Second, it can be of use for people who work with testimonials of victims of terrorism, such as schools or youth centres.