Second National Consultation on People-Centered Justice in Ukraine


July 15, 2021, 15:00

The USAID New Justice Program hereby invites representatives from government authorities, local governments, judiciary, the bar, non-government organizations involved in the development of legal capacities, donor community, and all the other stakeholders to take part in the Second National Online Consultation devoted to People-Centered Justice in Ukraine.

The USAID New Justice Program, together with Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies, is conducting this discussion to unite key national partners and jointly identify ways to implement the people-centered approach in the Ukrainian justice system to secure access to justice for everyone.

The First National Consultation on People-Centered Justice was held in Ukraine the last year’s November. The attendees presented the concept, showcased some international examples, discussed what people-centered justice means in practice, and paved the way for further thematic national consultations on labor rights and gender-based (including domestic) violence, leading to roadmaps. 

Participants to the upcoming events will be able to:

  • Demonstrate how people-centered approach can be used to design strategies to prevent or resolve people’s problems, including those which emerge out of the COVID-19 context,
  • Present the progress on applying people-centered justice in the areas of gender-based and domestic violence as well as informal employment in Ukraine,
  • Learn how people-centered justice has been implemented in other countries;
  • Identify other areas where stakeholders can apply the people-centered approach to bridge justice gaps.


The registration link is here.

Meeting ID: 886 1998 7933

Passcode: 727822

Working language: English and Ukrainian. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

The event will be held on the Zoom platform.  Please use the latest version of Zoom ( so that you could use the simultaneous translation functionality.

The event will be streamed on the USAID New Justice Program’s Facebook page.

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