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As a PhD researcher, Pien is part of the Academic Collaborative Centre: a cooperation between INTERVICT and Victim Support the Netherlands. This cooperation aims to fuel the exchange between academics and practice. Pien's research into peer support among victims and survivors of crime is a first result of this collaboration.

Pien van de Ven is a victimologist (MSc) with a background in criminology (BSc). She studied at the Erasmus Univeristy in Rotterdam and the University of Tilburg. Before starting a PhD she worked at INTERVICT as a junior researcher in a large European research project into Human trafficing as an enterprise (TRACE prject), as a policy officer / researcher at Victim Support the Netherlands and as a teacher in criminology at the Erasmus University.

Recent publications

  1. De kracht van verbinding - Een kwalitatief onderzoek naar de rol van …

    van de Ven, P., Ceulen, R., & Aarten, P. (2020). De kracht van verbinding: Een kwalitatief onderzoek naar de rol van lotgenotencontact voor nabestaanden van zware verkeersdelicten. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 62(1), 63-79.
  2. The journey of sensemaking and identity construction in the aftermath…

    van de Ven, P. (2020). The journey of sensemaking and identity construction in the aftermath of trauma: Peer support as a vehicle for coconstruction. Journal of Community Psychology.
  3. Enriching research into peer support among victims and survivors of c…

    van de Ven, P. (2018). Enriching research into peer support among victims and survivors of crime: A contextual approach. In A. K. Bosma, & S. Buisman (Eds.), Methoden van onderzoek in het strafrecht, de criminologie en de victimologie (pp. 123-136). Wolters Kluwer.

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