USAID New Justice Program (New Justice) is supporting the Kyiv Regional Center of the National Academy of Legal Sciences in conducting a winter school on modern methods of interactive teaching for law school administrators and faculty representing leading law schools across Ukraine.
The USAID New Justice Program grantee Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union will conduct the workshop for judges and lawyers to present results of developing and piloting training curriculum for judges on application of International humanitarian law (IHL) norms and human rights standards in judicial practice.
The USAID New Justice Program will support the Coordination Center for Legal Aid and Kyiv Legal Hackers in conducting Access to Justice Hackathon.
The USAID New Justice Program will hold a monthly Rule of Law Donors and Implementers Meeting. Venue: Big Conference Hall of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, 55 Volodymyrska Str., Kyiv.
The USAID New Justice Program (New Justice) will support the Public Integrity Council (PIC) in raising public awareness about its activities through conducting training for PIC members on communications skills.
The USAID New Justice Program grantee, non-governmental organization “Law and Democracy”, in cooperation with Ukrainian Society of People with Hearing Impairments faculty members trained by the grantee, will conduct training seminars for court sign language interpreters to improve their knowledge of judicial terminology and court procedures.
The USAID New Justice Program will support the High Anti-Corruption Court in conducting Communications Training for judge-speakers and Court’s press-officers with the participation of invited expert Ben Wilson, former Head of Communications of the United Kingdom Supreme Court.
The USAID New Justice Program will support the National School of Judges with conducting training of trainers for judges on international humanitarian and international criminal law application in cases related to armed conflict on the territory of Ukraine.
The USAID New Justice Program will support the conduct of the 4th International Anticorruption Workshop in cooperation with the Washington and Lee University School of Law (Lexington, Virginia, USA) and four leading Ukrainian law schools whose students and faculty participate in the implementation of an international online anticorruption course with Professor Speedy Rice of the Washington and Lee University School of Law.
The USAID New Justice Program will support the National School of Judges and State Judicial Administration in conducting the Chief Judge and Court Administrator Executive Education Program for 20 chief judges and 20 court administrators who already completed Chief Judge Leadership Program and Court Administrator Leadership Program in September 2019.
The USAID New Justice Program will provide the Ministry of Education-Ministry of Justice (MOE-MOJ) Task Force on Unified State Qualifications Exam (USQE) with international expertise on best practices and other international expert support in developing and implementing external, high-stake legal examinations.
The USAID New Justice Program will hold a monthly Rule of Law Donors and Implementers Meeting. Deputy Minister of Justice on State Registration Olga Onishchuk will provide an update on Ministry of Justice’s areas of activity and priorities in state registration sector.