June 2019
Council of the EU appoints new head of mission for EUAM Ukraine

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Lithuanian police briefs Ukrainian officers on tactics used to fight corruption during Vilnius visit
EUAM donation of €80,000 to improve response capacity of police in Kirovohrad region
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EUAM celebrates National Police Day in Kharkiv and donates seven forensic kits


The role of Information Technology (IT) in reforming Ukraine’s Civilian Security Sector

Despite of Ukraine’s governance challenges, the country’s public sector is actually in a very good position in terms of IT due to several factors, such as availability of highly qualified IT experts on the market."
As part of its support to Ukraine’s civilian security sector institutions, EUAM offers strategic advice and practical support in Information (Digital) Technology (IT). IT has a considerable impact on the efficiency of the law enforcement and judicial system and therefore the security of citizens. The European Union is a major international donor in Ukraine, with over 50% of the largest EU projects in the country either partly or wholly focused on IT. Yuriy Chumak is EUAM’s ICT Governance Officer, and here he explains why IT is so important for Ukraine’s reform process.

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EUAM staff advocate for equality and tolerance at Equality March

EUAM staff members, including Acting Head of Mission, Fredrik Wesslau, today joined an estimated 8,000 people on the streets of Kyiv to advocate for greater equality and tolerance, as part of the 2019 Kyiv Pride march. EUAM public-order experts were stationed at strategic points along the route, and they were glad to report that the small number of counter demonstrators were well managed by law-enforcement officials and failed to spoil the festive atmosphere

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Kyiv Pride 2019
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