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Now Online: 2023 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Theme Artwork

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) will be commemorated April 23–29, 2023.

This year’s NCVRW theme—Survivor Voices: Elevate. Engage. Effect Change.—calls upon communities to amplify the voices of survivors and create environments where survivors have the confidence that they will be heard, believed, and supported.

To help communities raise awareness about victims’ rights and services, we are pleased to announce the 2023 NCVRW artwork is now available to download.

NCVRW Theme Colors

Use these theme colors (blue, green, and purple) in your awareness materials to draw attention to your community’s observance.

View the 2023 NCVRW color palette

NCVRW Theme Poster

The 2023 NCVRW theme poster is available in two sizes. Download high-resolution PDF, JPG, or Adobe InDesign versions of the 22" x 28" poster and the 11" x 17" customizable poster.

Add your organization’s contact information to the customizable poster and distribute it to help your community know where to find local services.

View the 2023 NCVRW theme poster

NCVRW Web, Social, and Theme Artwork

Use this artwork, available in English and Spanish, to—

  • create or enhance your outreach efforts,
  • increase your visibility in your community,
  • promote valuable resources for victims of crime, and
  • engage in a dialogue with community members.

Select artwork allows space for you to add your organization’s contact information.

View the 2023 NCVRW artwork

For more information about NCVRW 2023, including the release of the complete 2023 NCVRW Resource Guide, sign up or update your preferences for the NCVRW Subscription List.

These 2023 National Crime Victims' Rights Week materials were created by the National Center for Victims of Crime with funding from OVC.

Date Published: February 24, 2023