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A week-long study visit to Estonia for heads of communications and press departments in the State Fiscal Service and State Border Guard Service of Ukraine organised by the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine (EUAM) and the Estonian Centre of Eastern Partnership (ECEAP) took place between 30 January and 3 February 2017.
‘The creation of the new Supreme Court will set the tone for future reform. It is important that it succeeds’
On 2 June 2016, the Rada approved significant reforms of the judicial system which will gradually take effect over the coming months and years. A new Supreme Court and a new Court Security Service, to name but a
developments , should come into being. In this interview, EUAM Senior Adviser on the Judiciary John Cubbon provides his thoughts on the current state of play and future challenges.
Police middle managers from six districts and stations in the Kyiv region complete EUAM leadership training
Twenty-eight middle managers from the National Police of Ukraine received certificates yesterday at the National Academy of Internal Affairs to mark the completion of a course in leadership delivered by experts from the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine. The certificates were presented by the Head of EUAM Kęstutis Lančinskas and the Rector of the NAIA Volodymyr Cherniei.
Experts from the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine and the Czech Police started a four-day training session today in dialogue policing for police officers from the National Police of Ukraine in Odesa. Dialogue policing is a crowd-management technique, which was developed over a decade ago in Germany and Sweden and is now standard practice in EU countries.