Shtanko O.F. (Ed.) (2004) Street Law: Counteracting Violence. Kiev: Istyna
Educational and methodical manual “Street Law: Counteracting Violence” focuses on the formation of a training and methodological base of public non-profit associations and educational institutions for conducting law-enforcement activities with young people.
The manual contains the full provision of training and teaching of the same course of study under the proposed program or with a creative revision can serve as the basis of related courses or special legal training. The materials of the manual can also be used to use the fragments of the scripts for classes when studying the course “Fundamentals of Jurisprudence.”
The manual is based on the experience of law-educational activity of the Legal clinic of the Kiev Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
This publication was supported with the support of the American Bar Association/ Central Europe and Eurasia Legal Initiative (ABA /CEELI) and financially supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The opinions expressed herein belong to the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or ABA / CEELI.
This material has been produced with financial support from USAID, but it does not necessarily reflect the views of USAID
Galai A.O. (Ed.) (2016) Street Law: To Prevent Domestic Violence:
A Pilot Interactive Course. Kiev: NGO “Kyiv Human Rights Alliance”
This manual is intended to fill the gap in quality training programs and sources of information that can be applied in law-education work in the field of prevention of domestic violence. It is aimed at forming the main competence in the system of human rights, protecting against domestic violence, revealing the legal principles of its counteraction, and promoting the development of Ukrainian youth on the basis of humanism and tolerance.
The book is a training complex outlined in the ready-to-use interactive training format. It is built according to the style of accessibility, simplicity of the main categories, simplification and explanation of legal terminology.
The manual “Street Law: To Prevent Domestic Violence” will be useful to representatives of organizations dealing with human rights, legal education and social and psychological assistance as a ready-made complex for working with young people, as well as teachers and students interested in tangible topics – as a source of specialized information.
Galai A.O. (Ed.) (2006) Interactive Teaching Methods in
Law-Education Activities: Training Complex. Practical Guide. Kiev: Athika
The manual focuses on the formation of a training and methodological base of public non-profit associations and educational institutions for conducting law-training activities with young people.
It provides material for the preparation and conductin of a complex of trainings to assist teachers of law-education programs. The disclosed methods are purposefully related to the sphere of “Street Law” – a special sphere of life-oriented knowledge about the state and the right, human rights, their abilities to use and the skills of protecting rights and legitimate interests.
The concept of this book – in the purposeful training form, teach users of the manual to apply interactive methods of teaching law, prepare them thus to active legal education activities.
The manual is based on the experience of the Legal Clinic of the Kiev Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. It is intended for employees of legal clinics, other public sector organizations, lawyers, educators and social workers who are interested in conducting qualitative legal education activities.