Opportunity for Law School Students to Learn More about Ethics, Integrity, and Fighting Corruption and to Master Relevant Skills

May
11
Tue
2021

May 11-28, 2021
Nationwide

The University of East Anglia (UK), in cooperation with the USAID New Justice Program, is inviting law school students to enrol in a training course in ethics, integrity, and fighting corruption which is scheduled for May 11-28, 2021.

The training course is based on the Module Series on Integrity and Ethics which was developed by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime as part of the Education for Justice (E4J) Initiative and translated into Ukrainian with support from the USAID New Justice Program.

The interactive online training course consists of lectures and discussion sessions (12 academic hours in total) and will be delivered in Ukrainian over three weeks. It is intended to enable trainees to gain profound knowledge of integrity principles, behavior patterns that are compatible and incompatible with these principles, and skills in practical application thereof.

Faculty:

  • Oleksandra Keudel, Research Fellow in Open Governance and Public Participation, Free University of Berlin;
  • Nataliya Gutorova, Law Professor, Poltava Law Institute at Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University;
  • Oleh Herasymchuk, Assistant Professor, I. Malynovskyi Law Institute at the National University of Ostroh Academy;
  • Iryna Shyba, Executive Director, DEJURE Foundation.

Follow the link for detailed information on this project and registration.

Please note that only 200 individuals may enroll in the training course. If more than 200 students register for the course, the trainees will be selected at random so that everyone has the same chance for participation. The training materials will be available for private study to those who have not been selected but are willing to participate.

Besides, all registered students, whether selected or not, will be able to take part in two or three brief online surveys and a behavioral online experiment. Further information is available here.

Students who have completed the training course (i.e. who have attended at least 75 percent of online sessions) will receive the leaving certificate.