On May 21, the All-Ukrainian Conference “The System of Education in Human Rights in Ukraine: Prospects for Development” will be held in Kyiv.
ШУКАЄМО АКТИВНИХ ГРОМАДЯН!
Якщо Вам небайдужий розвиток Вашої громади, Ви добре розумієте її проблеми, прагнете змін і готові виділити час на допомогу громаді, запрошуємо Вас долучитися до міжрегіональної команди громадських радників.
У команді Ви пройдете спеціалізоване навчання з кваліфікованими тренерами, знайдете підтримку однодумців з усієї України, дізнаєтесь та навчитесь як можна ефективно направити свої зусилля на якісні зміни в житті громади. Ми пропонуємо навчання з різних питань, які можуть знадобитися раднику в громаді: безпека, фінансова грамотність, захист своїх прав, робота державних інститутів, пошук допомоги та встановлення зв’язків.
Щоб долучитися до формування команди та подати свою кандидатуру на навчання необхідно заповнити Інтернет-опитувальник (https://goo.gl/gvA6VJ) до 31 серпня 2017 року. Тут Ви зможете вибрати зручний для себе графік навчання і розповісти про Ваш досвід та бачення змін в громаді.
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This Conference represents a landmark event for the Ukrainian legal system. As the first conference devoted to legal empowerment in Ukraine, this event offers a historic opportunity to reflect on the current participation of citizens in self-governance and what is required to enhance the participation in the Ukrainian legal system of vulnerable groups, such as persons with disabilities, victims of domestic violence, refugees, war veterans, orphaned children, and internally displaced persons. More broadly, the Conference marks a pivotal moment in the growth of legal aid and the maturation of the Ukrainian justice system.
Conference topics will include, but not be limited to following topics:
• How legal empowerment can strengthen anti-corruption strategies;
• Legal empowerment and alternative legal aid service delivery models, including alternative dispute resolution as well as other good an innovative practices
• Measuring progress in legal empowerment and assessing the needs to support its development
• Social media and information technology as legal aid enablers.
All details: http://lep.in.ua/en/
December 9, 2016, at 9.30, at the address: Kiev, street. Vladimirskaya 45th in the premises of the creative space “Harms” will be a presentation “The Year of Implementation of the National Strategy on Human Rights: Presentation of Monitoring Results”.
The event involves the presentation of the “Report on the results of monitoring the implementation of the National Human Rights Strategy (December 1, 2015 – December 1, 2016)” by the participants of the Public Monitoring Platform established by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union with the support of the Human Rights Ombudsperson.
The discussion will include the achievements for 2016 and the issues that arise in the process of implementing the National Strategy.
Announcement of the results of the contest: 14.12.2016
Deadline for submission of proposals: 11.12.2016
The Roma Program Initiative of the International Renaissance Foundation, within the framework of the project “Development of the Capacity of the Roma Youth Movement in Ukraine”, announces a call for the involvement of consultants and a coordinator for the purpose of assessing the capacity and potential of the Roma Youth Movement in Ukraine.
The event will be held on December 10 and 11, 2016 in a workshop format, creating the conditions for discussion of a specific problem and the development of proposals for its solution.
The Coordinating Council of Young Lawyers at the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine invites the 2016 Youth Lawyers Forum of Ukraine.
Date: June 30, 2016.
Venue: Kyiv, Ministry of Justice of Ukraine (Lane Rilsky, 10);
Session 1. Actual business security issues;
Session 2. The work of a lawyer in the era of reforms;
Session 3. Contemporary realities of legal marketing.
Participants: young lawyers of practice, young scientists and senior law students (regardless of membership in KRMY), public figures.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine together with the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine will develop a new modern legal education standard in Ukraine that will meet the needs of the market and employers. This was reported by heads of two ministries during a meeting with young lawyers.
Minister of Education and Science Lilia Grinevich noted that today Ukrainian legal education needs to be reformed, as the training of lawyers loses against the background of European standards.
“This new standard of higher law education should be filled with new content. It will only become so when not only theoretical lecturers from higher education institutions will be written – and when it will be developed, people who are practitioners who understand what is needed in practical legal specialties, “- said Lilia Grinevich.
According to the Minister, an effective element of improving the quality of education should become standardized examinations on the right. “We are launching a new experiment, which involves the introduction of external testing to the magistracy of law. 9 universities have joined this pilot project “, – informed Lilia Grinevich. According to the Minister of Education and Science, applications for admission will be accepted by July 18, testing will be conducted on July 23, and the first results will be announced on July 27.
As the Minister of Justice of Ukraine Pavel Petrenko has informed, now practically all higher educational institutions are preparing lawyers, regardless of their professional orientation. In many cases, the quality of such education is extremely low, students do not receive the necessary knowledge and can not find a good job.
According to the Minister of Justice, a joint working group was set up at the level of two ministries. “We are ready to participate in this work and to develop legal education standards, which, above all, will be beneficial for each student. So they will receive a diploma that would have cost after graduation. Such a cost is the opportunity to get decent work “, – said the head of the Ministry of Justice.
Pavel Petrenko expressed readiness to personally participate in the work of the joint working group and involve practitioners practicing in it, including the system of free legal aid, who work daily with clients and know exactly what requirements they should apply to graduates of law departments.
The Minister of Justice also invited young lawyers to compete for 1,500 vacancies in the Legal Aid Office, which will provide free services to Ukrainians from September 1.
It should be noted that more than 3000 applicants have already submitted applications for participation. Most of them are young people under 30 years of age.
You can apply for participation in the competition by May 31, 2016, by filling out an application on the website www.legalaid-jobs.in.ua.
Source of information: Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
On May 31, representatives of legal-service providers from all regions of Ukraine discussed the possibility of advocating the right to access free legal aid in Kyiv.
In particular, during the one-day training session there were lively discussions between representatives of centers for legal information and counseling, legal clinics, integrators, lawyers providing free legal aid, and community activists.
During the training, the participants reviewed the advocacy efforts in terms of their need in conditions of social change, moderated by the session of well-known human rights activists: writer and lawyer Larisa Denisenko and Zoryan Kis, coordinator of the International NGO “House of Freedom of Ukraine”. From the state system of providing free legal aid, the representative of the Coordination Center for Legal Assistance Oleksandr Grib presented a presentation of the model for establishing a legal aid office in the regions, in particular, their role and role in the reform of the justice system.
A lively discussion arose during the Advocacy in Action session, in particular, during the review of the practical aspects of the analysis of the external and internal environment in which an advocacy campaign is being conducted. Moderated the discussion pr-consultant Marina Govorukhina, project manager of the Ukrainian Foundation for Legal Aid Katerina Khilchevska and expert of the Reinancial Package of Reforms Marina Tsapok.
At the end of the training, the participants exchanged experiences of successful advocacy campaigns, determined the criteria for success.
The training was carried out thanks to the cooperation of the Ukrainian Legal Aid Foundation with the Legal Aid Coordination Center, as well as with the support of the program “Human Rights and Justice” of the International Renaissance Foundation.
Source of information: Ukrainian Foundation for Legal Aid
The Institute of Political, Legal and Religious Studies invites to take part in the All-Ukrainian annual competition among young lawyers for a better professional achievement “YOUNG ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR 2016”
The competition is being conducted by the Coordinating Council of Young Lawyers of Ukraine under the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine with the support of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, the Institute for Political and Legal Studies and Religious Studies, the Ukrainian Bar Association, professional and community associations of lawyers, law offices, lawyers’ associations, and lawyers ( by consent), etc.
The purpose of the Competition is to promote:
– raising the qualification and professional growth of young lawyers and the prestige of their work;
– the diligent performance by young lawyers of their official duties, continuous improvement of the organization of work, development of initiative and creativity;
– improvement of the system of training, retraining and professional development of lawyers;
– expansion of legal youth participation in research work;
– The establishment of respect for the law, due to the trust of lawyers.
Task of the Contest:
– definition of the most important contribution of young lawyers to professional development and professional training;
– formation of a public assessment of the activity of lawyers as separate individuals.
Participants of the Competition: lawyers who at the time of the competition have reached 35 years of age, have higher legal education and achieved the best results for the specialty during the year. The number of participants in the Contest is not limited.
Identifies the winners of the Expert Council of the Contest, which includes lawyers who have made a significant contribution to the development of the legal profession.
Applications for participation in the “Young Lawyer of the Year 2016” are submitted from August 17, 2017 until September 18, 2017, including to the Organizing Committee by sending a questionnaire and a package of scanned documents (confirming the achievements) by e-mail: email@example.com.
For more information, please visit the official web site – www.krmj.org.ua and https://www.facebook.com/molodipravnik/, https://www.facebook.com/institute2015/
– a young civil servant;
– a young lawyer;
– a young lawyer’s assistant;
– a young scientist;
– Young Legal Counsel;
– young lawyer – public figure;
– a young worker of the judicial system;
– a young notary.
The right to submit proposals for candidates for the winner of the Contest on its own initiative or at the request of the Coordinating Council of Young Lawyers of Ukraine is granted:
public authorities; Local Government; the judiciary and the prosecutor’s office; enterprises, institutions and organizations of all forms of ownership; public associations; applicants by self-nomination.
Eugene Kotorobay, coordinator, tel.: 093 733 47 88, e-mail: Geki@bk.ru.
Eleonora Salova, tel.: 067 463 50 04