Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research will organize a series of trainings for public servants, prosecutors and lawyers within the project supported by the International Foundation "Renaissance" in cooperation with UNDP Ukraine.
Leading experts in the field of anti-corruption legislation will develop training materials and conduct several sessions to explain the application of the new anticorruption legislation.
Head of the Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research Mykhaylo Buromensky and director of Institute's Analytical Centre Olexandr Serdiuk participate in Annual Trial Monitoring Meeting, Tbilisi 26-28 November 2014 hold by OSCE and Office for Democratic Institutions and Human rights.>
The Observation Court Proceedings Monitoring to assess the application of the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine
Since September 15 the main stage of the courts proceedings' monitoring in Kyiv has been conducting by monitors who were trained and conducted pilot month of courts proceedings' observation. For monitors training on 11 September to be held to discuss problems faced by monitors during pilot stage of the monitoring and to further improve the questionnaire according to courts trials being monitored.>
Attention for applicants of the contest on the project to monitor proceedings!
To participate in the contest please fill out the application form under http://dhrp.org.ua/uk/news/434-20140606-ua, and send the resume to [email protected] Deadline is June, 19 incl.
Application without resume will be not considered.>
As part of the implementation of Ukraine’s new Criminal Procedure Code, the Ombudsman and its partners on Friday, June 6, 2014, announced a project to monitor proceedings in Kyiv area courtsfrom July through December 2014.
The deadline for applications is June 19, 2014.
All monitors will receive training on the new CPC and the requirements for monitors.
Our representatives took part in the Regional Workshop "Reviewing and sharing of good practices on processing and verifying assets declarations" Istanbul, 28-29 May 2014
EaP/CoE Facility Project on “Good Governance and Fight against Corruption” has organized a Regional Workshop “Reviewing and sharing of good practices on processing and verifying assets declarations” to take place on 28 and 29 May 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey. The activity focused on training professionals and civil society representatives, such as investigative journalists or NGOs, on how to financially analyse declarations and to detect hidden income and expenditures.
Mr. Mykhaylo Buromensky and Mr. Oleksandr Serdyuk represented Ukrainian NGOs at the event>
GRECO organised a conference on “Gender dimensions of corruption” under the auspices of the Senate of the Parliament and the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic which took place in Prague, on 13 December 2013, in the Wallenstein Palace. The conference brought together 70 participants from the GRECO member States, as well as representatives of international organisations and civil society.
The conference web site, which contains speeches, presentations, as well as the conference conclusions here
Since 2012, the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) has been looking into gender dimensions of corruption and reflecting on whether and how a gender perspective could add value to GRECO’s work.
In order to take stock of national experiences in identifying, preventing and reducing gender-specific manifestations of corruption and exchange information on available research and good practice, GRECO has organised a conference on “Gender dimensions of corruption” under the auspices of the Senate of the Parliament and the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic. It was held in Prague, on 13 December 2013, in the Wallenstein Palace.
Valeriia Kokhan, expert of the Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research participated at the conference as a speaker and presented "Combating corruption project in Ukraine" results concerning gender aspects of corruption in higher education in Ukraine.
In Kyiv the results of monitoring judicial discipline decisions have been discussed. Statistical data was announced during a roundtable on Monitoring judicial discipline decisions results, which was held in the High Qualification Commission of Judges on July 18. Research conducted by experts of Kharkov Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research supported by the Project USAID "Fair Justice".>
July 18 at the High Qualification Commission of Judges of Ukraine (Kyiv, Mekhanizatoriv Str. 9) the round table discussions on project results "Monitoring judicial discipline decisions" will be conducted. The study was implemented by the Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research in February- June 2013 and supported by USAID "FAIR Justice".>
On March 7, NGO "Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research" held a focus group discussion among people with disabilities dedicated to their employment. The event was supported by the European program of the International Foundation "Renaissance."
During the discussion the main problems of the disabled persons in employment were opened:>
On March, 7 from 11:00 to 12:30 in Kharkiv (St. Sumska, 39, of. 156) focus-group discussion on the implementation in Ukraine EU standards in the employment area for persons with disabilities will be held. This event will be held by Kharkiv NGO "Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research" supported by the European program of the International Foundation "Renaissance.">
In March 2013 the Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research will conduct a series of focus group discussions in the framework of the project "Public lobbying of EU standards in the area of labor rights for people with disabilities" (funded by the International Renaissance Fund).>
Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research (Kharkiv) announced the beginning of the project "Public lobbying of EU standards in the area of labor rights for people with disabilities" funded by the International Renaissance Fund.>
Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research wishes you Happy New Year! We heartily wish you to implement all plans and ideas in the coming year. Have a nice fruitful year, full of happiness, prosperity and harmony!
Happy New Year, dear friends!
Council of Judges of Ukraine, Centre for Judicial Studies and USAID FAIR Justice Project Presented the Results of the Monitoring of Accessible, Independent and Fair Justice in Ukraine
On November 22, 2012, the Council of Judges of Ukraine, Centre for Judicial Studies and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) FAIR Justice Project conducted a roundtable “Presentation and Discussion of the Results of the Monitoring of Accessible, Independent and Fair Justice in Ukraine” during which the results of expert evaluation of the status of judicial independence in Ukraine in 2012 and findings of surveys of citizens – court visitors were presented.>
Team of Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research conratulates lawyers with their professional holiday!
please accept our sincere congratulation on Lawyer professional holiday!>
From September 19 till October 04, 2012 Focus-groups series with judges and court staff of pilot courts were conducted within the USAID Project «Fair Justice"
Focus-groups series with judges and court staff of pilot courts were conducted within the Project "Citizen report cards (CRC) survey on public satisfaction of court performance" with the support of USAID Project «Fair Justice">
Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research is implementing the grant program "Citizen report cards (CRC) survey on public satisfaction of court performance"
Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research takes an active part in the grant program "Citizen report cards (CRC) survey on public satisfaction of court performance" with the support of USAID Project «Fair Justice." The Project "Fair Justice" funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has been working in Ukraine since October 2011.>
Project “Protection of persons that suffered from xenophobia and racism in eastern Ukraine” is completed.
Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research jointly with American Bar Association “Rule of Law Initiative” (ABA ROLI) has completed the project “Protection of persons that suffered from xenophobia and racism in eastern Ukraine” that lasted from November 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012.>
Information sessions “Corruption in Ukraine: perception and reality” were held on results of the research made regarding to the Ukrainian-Canadian project “Combating corruption in Ukraine” (the project was implemented with the active support of Kharkiv's Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research) from 4 till 25 November, 2011 in 11 cities of Ukraine: Donetsk, Luhansk, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Lviv, Chernivtsi, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernihiv and Kyiv.>
Presentation of results of 3d round interviewing citizens in respect of their satisfaction with work of courts (their certain aspects). >
Educational and practical seminar “Anti-corruption expertise of legislation as preventive tool of combating corruption in Ukraine. Role of non-governmental organizations in the process of corruption's risks evaluation”>
Roundtable was devoted to gender's issues and corruption problems in the field of high education of Ukraine.>
National corruption level evaluation system was presented in Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. This project has been worked out in accordance of common project of OSCE, Ministry of Justice and Supreme Court of Ukraine “Diagnosis and combating corruption in Ukraine”.>
Official conference in respect of completion UPAC project “Support to Good Governance: Project against Corruption in Ukraine”
Project of European Union and Council of Europe UPAC concerning technical help has been implemented in Ukraine from June 2006 till December 2009.>
Recommendations regarding efficiency of Ukrainian system for political parties and campaigns financing have been analyzed and given to the Government and Parliament of Ukraine on the conference.>
In 2007 Ukraine has taken the 118th place in the world among 180 states on corruption transparency index.>
Public servants and law enforcement officers have been got experience on practical application of Ukrainian anti-corruption legislation
Scientific and practical seminar organized by the Institute of applied humanitarian research (Kharkiv) and Department of Justice in Ivano-Frankivska oblast supported OSCE Co-ordinator in Ukraine. >