Opinion & Interviews
Safety, opportunity, improvement, action – EUAM partners define their vision at ‘Leading the Change’ openingJuly 12, 2017
EUAM this week launched an ambitious training programme – to be implemented between now and November – designed to bolster the capacity of civilian security agencies under the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs to undertake measures of reform. ‘Leading the Change’, as EUAM Head of Mission Kestutis Lancinskas described it on Tuesday, “will build up […]More opinion & interviews
SPRU Project: Support to Police Reform in UkraineMay 12, 2017
Community policing is a concept which aims to build strong links between the police and the community they serve, for example via Community Action Groups involving different community stakeholders, such as local authorities, local businesses, religious leaders, etc. It also encourages a holistic approach to preventing and solving crime, with an emphasis on working with […]More infographics
EUAM partners agree that inter-ministerial committee is right way forward for IBMAugust 18, 2017
The Director General of Finnish Customs, Antti Hartikainen, was the main speaker at an Integrated Border Management (IBM) workshop organised by EUAM in Kyiv yesterday. Senior Finnish police and border guard officials also attended the workshop, the focus of which was the Finnish model of IBM. EUAM is trying to support the establishment of an […]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.