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Published Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine (2014)

JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE
Media digest

19.07.2018 The meeting of the Steering Committee of the Supervisory Board of the Netherlands-Ukraine Project "Probation and Alternative Sanctions in Ukraine" took place in Kiev

12.07.2018 Ukraine // The current practice of probation supervision

04.06.2018 Ukraine // Round table probation information and tailored sanctioning


12.10.2017 New Matra project on probation and alternative sanctions


01.06.2017 Round table on courts assessment report

22.05.2017 Lutsenko suggests creating anti-corruption chamber of judges instead of anti-corruption court

20.05.2017 Ukraine to submit memo in Ukraine vs Russia case to the International Court by June 2017

12.05.2017 Supreme Council of Justice dismisses 91 Crimean judges

 

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Events
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January, 23  2018, Kyiv
Round table "Probation and alternative sanctions in Ukraine". Agenda

 

September, 20-21  2017, Lviv
Master class Judicial independence and judicial ethics.

May, 17  2017, Lviv, Hotel Dnister
Round table discussion courts.

February, 15-16  2017, Lviv
Seminar Judicial independence and judicial ethics.

 

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Today 22 Apr 2019

Anons of the events

April, 9
Workshop
"Discussing conditions for piloting probation"

April, 11
Workshop "Communication strategy of the Center of Probation"


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The content of this publication reflects a monitoring exercise conducted in August  September in the framework of Ukrainian-Swiss Project Support of Judicial Reform. Strengthening of Judicial Independence to identify key issues with ensuring the constitutional principle of the independence of judges in Ukraine in 2008. The publication explains the monitoring methods, the system of assessment of judicial independence in accordance with the internationally accepted standards and the results of the monitoring accompanied by experts conclusions featuring comparisons with similar results for 2007. A reference to the Centre for Judicial Studies is obligatory for any use of information or other materials in this publication.

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