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Capacity building workshop “Action against child sexual exploitation and abuse in Ukraine” organized for the civil society in Kiev
A capacity building workshop “Action against child sexual exploitation and abuse in Ukraine “ was organized in Kiev on 5th – 6th October 2017 for civil society organisations (CSOs) by the Council of Europe project Combating violence against women and children in Ukraine. It gathered over 60 CSOs...
Exchange of experiences on the role of Parliaments in preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) and the Council of Europe Project “Combating Violence against Women and Children in Ukraine” organized a seminar “Exchange of experiences on the role of Parliaments in preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence”...
Fact finding mission to Kyiv of international experts on police and shelters for victims of violence against women and domestic violence
On 20 to 22 September 2017, former Chief Superintendent of London Police, Anthony Wills, and Bristol University Professor, Marianne Hester, conducted a fact finding mission to meet relevant stakeholders dealing with policing of cases of violence against women and support services, including...
PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT: Forum “Three Years of Displacement: Challenges and Good Practices of IDPs Integration”.
19 October 2017, 9.00 Hotel “Khreschatyk”, 14, Khreshchatyk St., Kyiv Three Years of Displacement: Challenges and Good Practices of IDPs Integration The Council of Europe Project “Strengthening the Human Rights Protection of Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine” under the framework of the...
The first meeting of the selection panel of the Best Practices of local governments was held on 12 October, 2017 in the Ministry of Regional Development. The meeting was opened by the Chairman of the contest panel, Mr. Vyacheslav Nehoda, First deputy Minister of regional development,...
On 12 October 2017, the results of an opinion poll on election related violations in Ukraine, commissioned by the Council of Europe to explore the reasons and motivation which lead the Ukrainian citizens to act against the electoral law, were presented during the press-conference in informational...
More than 25 psychologists and psychiatrists from different regions of Ukraine deepened their knowledge of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment among Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at this first seminar organised by the Pompidou Group of the...
PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT “ELECTORAL VIOLATIONS IN THE FOCUS: WHO VIOLATES THE ELECTORAL LEGISLATION, AND WHY?”
An opinion poll on election related violations in Ukraine was commissioned by the Council of Europe to explore the reasons and motivation which lead the Ukrainian citizens to act against the electoral law. The results of the opinion poll, which was conducted in June – July 2017 in all regions of...
Registration for the International conference «Сounteracting threats to life and safety of journalists. Effective investigations into crimes against freedom of expression» on 19 October
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Kyiv: Council of Europe promotes partnership between NGOs and public authorities based on inclusive policy dialogue
14-15 September 2017 representatives of more than 50 NGOs and Kyiv public authorities, Council of Europe experts and the project team discussed the proposed concept of public participation academy and NGO platform (including an online platform) and endorsed the project work plan at the project...
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