Logo Programmatic Cooperation Framework for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and BelarusThis project represents one of the four National Components under the Council of Europe / European Union Partnership for Good Governance  (PGG) Programme “Fight against corruption and fostering good governance/ Fight against money-laundering” for Eastern Partnership countries specifically conceptualised to respond to the evolving situation in Ukraine. It functions as an Open Facility of Advisory Services aimed at providing Ukrainian authorities access to the wealth of Council of Europe expertise in the anti-corruption/economic crime field pursuant to existing and emerging needs.

The overall objective of the PGG-UA Project is to contribute to democracy and the rule of law through prevention and control of corruption in Ukraine. Specifically, the Project looks to strengthen institutional capacities to counter corruption in Ukraine, in accordance with European standards, through targeted technical assistance. Project expected results and accompanying activities have been set through negotiations with Ukrainian authorities assigned to development and implementation of ongoing anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine.

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Council of Europe delivers training of trainers on digital evidence in Ukraine

Kyiv, Ukraine 13-14 December 2018

Two-day training for trainers on “Use of electronic evidence in adjudication of corruption offences” will take place on 13-14 December 2018 at the National School of Judges (NSJ), in Kyiv, Ukraine. The training will bring together some 20 judges, representing Kyiv and five regional branches of...

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Council of Europe supports the National School of Judges of Ukraine in developing trainers’ competence to deliver judicial training on anti-money laundering

11-12 December 2018 Kyiv, Ukraine

A Training of Trainers course on “Judicial practice on adjudication of money laundering offences” will take place on 11-12 December 2018 at the National School of Judges (NSJ), in Kyiv, Ukraine. The training will bring together some 20 judges, representing Kyiv and five regional branches of the...

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Council of Europe and National School of Judges of Ukraine deliver training of trainers on adjudication of corruption offences involving covert investigative operations

| 6-7 December 2018 Kyiv, Ukraine

Two-day Training of Trainers on “Judicial practice of adjudication of corruption offences involving covert investigative operations” takes place on 6-7 December 2018, at the National School of Judges (NSJ) in Kyiv, Ukraine. The training brings together some 20 judges, representing Kyiv and five...

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