EU and Canadian police officers train Ukrainian colleagues in safety tacticsMarch 30, 2018
A police officer needs to know how to protect not only а community, а gathering, or an individual, but also themselves as their work often means facing dangerous and unpredictable situations. European and Canadian police officers delivered a four week training for Ukrainian Police trainers
Public order policing training for Ukrainian police officersMarch 26, 2018
Best practices in communication with crowds, de-escalation during mass events and other topics were covered in a training for the Ukrainian Police delivered by their Scandinavian and European colleagues.
EUAM opens Regional Presence in OdesaMarch 14, 2018
On 7 March 2018, the EU Advisory Mission opened a Regional Presence in Odesa. It is the Mission’s third presence in Ukraine’s regions and supports EUAM’s ambition to deliver advice, trainings and equipment to law enforcement and rule of law organisations across the whole of Ukraine.
EUAM trains safety instructors for Ukrainian PoliceDecember 21, 2017
Professionalism is the key! Currently, the National Police of Ukraine is in need of 600 safety instructors and EUAM, together with the Canadian Police Mission, is happy to provide training to help ensure that objective is reached. International experts have been working hard in 2017 to train Ukrainian police officers to become more confident in […]
‘Leading the change’: an explanation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs programmeNovember 23, 2017
EUAM’s ‘Leading the Change’ programme was designed for all MoIA agencies and has been ongoing since summer time. The purpose of the programme is to build capacity in public policy, change management, idea-generation and planning skills. Find out more here.
International conference on the code of criminal procedure of Ukraine: challenges and perspectives for improvementNovember 21, 2017
How to improve pre-trial investigations? Should the procedure for investigation of criminal offences be simplified? How to protect victims’ rights?
Dialogue policing – training in LvivOctober 31, 2017
During mass events such as demonstration and football matches, specially trained police negotiators are deployed in most EU member states in order to maintain a dialogue with event organisers and participants. This tactic — called dialogue policing — is proven to reduce violence. Last year and earlier this year, the EU Advisory Mission and the […]
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 […]
How to make Ukrainian courts more secure – EUAM reportOctober 04, 2017
The security of Ukrainian courts was the subject of an extensive roundtable discussion organised by EUAM. A lack of security for courts and the people who work in them may have serious consequences for judicial independence. A Dutch expert has spent the last half-year analysing the court security situation in Ukraine and he presented his […]
Reducing violence at demonstrations in Ukraine – launch of EUAM public order trainingSeptember 26, 2017
The training programme, which will run from 25 September – 27 October 2017, forms part of EUAM’s contribution to the development of a new public order policing model for Ukraine that tries to minimise the risk of violence. The training will be delivered by police officers from a number of European countries, mainly Denmark and […]
EUAM Capacity-building programme on donor coordination & interaction with donorsSeptember 22, 2017
The first phase of a capacity-building programme on donor coordination finished for over 50 representatives of international cooperation departments from 10 Ukrainian governmental institutions. The programme aims to strengthen skills needed to interact with donors, through a series of specifically designed project management, communication, and soft-skills training modules. In this video participants shared their impressions of training:
Why Ukraine needs a victim-centred approachSeptember 12, 2017
On 5 September 2017, the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union organised a round table on the subject ‘Human Rights – an iceberg in the ocean of reform’, inviting a number of human rights specialists to present on their areas of expertise. Among these experts was EUAM Legal Officer Vadym Chovgan, who delivered a presentation on […]
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 […]
“Women in uniforms: bold for change” 2nd episodeApril 24, 2017
We continue our public campaign “Women in uniforms: bold for change”. This time we talk about gender equality with two border guards – Oleksandra and Stanislav. Do you want to find out if they think that female officers are better mediators or would Stanislav go on paternity leave instead of his wife? Then watch 2nd […]
Women in uniforms: bold for changeMarch 22, 2017
EU supports Gender Equality and Equal Opportunities for Women and Men because more women in the security sector and less discrimination improves public trust and safety