Opinion & Interviews
Compensation for victims of violent crime: time for Ukraine to meet its obligations?October 23, 2017
In 2016, there were 11,500 victims of violent crimes in Ukraine. The statistics are horrifying enough before one thinks about what that means for the individuals involved. Violent crime is a term that encompasses a wide range of criminal acts including murder, bodily injuries, sexual and physical abuse. More often than not, the effect […]More opinion & interviews
Infographics & Photos
Nationwide launch of the strategy of the Ministry of Internal AffairsSeptember 27, 2017
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine launched a new organisational strategy in mid-September. This was the coming to fruition of months of work that EUAM advisors played a central role in. Following the launch in Kyiv, senior MoIA management travelled to Odessa, Lviv and Kharkiv in order to inform the staff of MoIA’s sub-agencies […]More infographics & photos
Join justice! EUAM joins partners in Lviv region to call for more jurorsOctober 23, 2017
Currently, over half of the positions for jurors in the Lviv region are unfilled. This leads to unacceptable delays to justice as many cases cannot be heard in court. Join justice! Apply to become a juror at the Lviv City Hall (room 343) or your local council. Find out more about the issue in this […]More video
Who we are and what we do
The European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) Ukraine is a non-executive mission of the European Union that formally began operations from its headquarters in Kyiv on 1 December 2014.
The goal is to achieve a civilian security sector that is efficient, accountable, and enjoys the trust of the public.