April 2020

EUAM news

EUAM experts, teachers and cadets go online to tackle organised crime

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Justice in a time of pandemic: EU judges share judicial practices with Ukrainian peers
EUAM completes two-week public-order workshop for cadets involved in COVID-19 fight

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Organised crime: prosecutors from western regions tackle phenomenon that ‘knows no borders’

NPU: ‘We all are in an equal situation facing this common threat’

“While we fulfil the tasks assigned to us, it is extremely important for us not to lose our fellow citizens’ trust in us. Therefore, we are very interested in the experience of other countries, especially European countries, in establishing effective police cooperation with communities, conducting public outreach, explaining importance and necessity of the established restrictions ...” 
After a specific request from the Human Rights Compliance Department of National Police of Ukraine, three international advisors from the European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) hosted a webinar last week.

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Digital instruments are saving grace for EUAM advisors and beneficiaries

EUAM is carrying out virtual webinars to support its Ukrainian partners through the lockdown situation. The mission’s experts are sharing their expertise and best practices on how to deal with crises, how to implement protective measures to ensure law enforcement, public safety and the rule of law during the COVID-19 quarantine measures.
    Digital instruments are saving grace for EUAM advisors and beneficiaries

Domestic violence: children caught in the cross-fire

It is human instinct to want to protect our children and keep them away from trouble, but still an estimated 275 million children globally suffer from domestic violence. The third in our series of videos on domestic violence explains how domestic violence affects children and what we can do to help them.
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