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05 April 2020

Activity Details (ID# 32486)  

 
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Title Seminars for judges “Application of the legislation against corruption'' 
Description In April 2011, the Project organised three two-day seminars for judges on the “Application of the Legislation against Corruption: European and Ukrainian Experience”. These seminars were held on 4-5 April 2011 in Kyiv, on 17-18 April 2011 in Khrakiv and on 21-22 April 2011 in Donetsk. 
Status Completed 
Date 04/04/2011 - 22/04/2011 
Location Kyiv, Kharkiv, Donetsk, Ukraine
Countries CoE Members: Ukraine
  Bilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - UKR-TEJSU
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP UKR-TEJSU - Transparency, independence and efficiency of the judicial system and increased access to justice for all citizens in Ukraine    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2008/DGHL/JP/1798   Ukraine: Transparency and efficiency of the Judicial System of Ukraine
Expected Result 1.2 - Judges and Prosecutors are able to use European standards and best practices in their everyday work.
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Rule of Law
Line of Action ⇒ II.1 – Ensuring Justice
Programme ☆ II.1.1  Independence and efficiency of Justice

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Audiovisual 
Directorate Human Rights and Legal Affairs 
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Last Modified 22/12/2011 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 32486) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) The seminars' goal was to foster experiences and good practices among Ukrainian judges and European and Ukrainian experts, to discuss the causes, patterns and impact of corruption with the aim of better defining and expanding the role of the judiciary in the anti-corruption effort.

 
Output/Results As a result of the seminars, the Ukrainian judges got a general overview of the international standards and instruments for the prevention and fight against corruption, the problems and perspectives of the anti-corruption legal application in Europe as well as in Ukraine, the best European court practices in hearings on corruption issues by strengthening the need to treat corruption by the judges in Ukraine as a criminal conduct, when the respective elements of the criminal offence are in place. 
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Total No. Participants 35 
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22/12/2011 




 
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