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The launch of training Programme for newly appointed judges of Ukraine’s High Anti-Corruption Court

March 30, 2019.

    On Monday, 1 April 2019, the National School of Judges (NSJ) supported by international donors
    The three-week programme aims to prepare HACC judges for their vital forthcoming work at the High Anti-Corruption Court while also passing on EU best practices for handling anti-corruption cases. During the programme, the judges will familiarize themselves with multiple issues related to aspects of substantive and criminal procedural law related to the jurisdiction and mandate of the High Anti-Corruption Court.
    Media are invited to attend:
    The launch of the training programme and a press briefing
    1 April, 2019, 10:00 – 11:00 (media registration starts at 9:30)
    Hilton Hotel, Dallas Hall, 30 Taras Shevchenko Boulevard, Kyiv
    Ambassador Hugues Mingarelli, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine
    Kestutis Lancinskas, Head of EUAM
    Karim Morcos, Head of Development Cooperation, the Embassy of Canada in Ukraine
    Mykola Onishchuk, Rector, National School of Judges of Ukraine
    Chief Justice Valentyna Danishevska, Supreme Court
    US Embassy Representative
    Media registration: Dmytro Semianystyi, communication expert of EUACI
    Background information:
    The European Union Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine (EUACI) – is the largest support Programme in the area of anti-corruption in Ukraine. The EUACI is financed by European Union and co-financed and implemented by the Danish Development Agency (DANIDA). The Initiative with a duration of three years (2017-2019) with a budget of EUR 15.84 mln.
    The European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) Ukraine is a non-executive mission of the European Union that aims to assist the Ukrainian authorities towards a sustainable reform of the civilian security sector through strategic advice and practical support. Its goal is to achieve a civilian security sector that is efficient, accountable, and enjoys the trust of the public.

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