We are proud to announce that Modernised Master Programm on Criminal Justice will start at the Law Faculties of the Belarusian State University (Minsk), Yanka Kupala State University of Hrodna, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, National University “Odesa Law Academy” this autumn. So, in all Belarusian and Ukrainian Partner Universities.

 

Entrance examinations to master courses within area of expertise "Activities of Prosecutor and Investigator" on the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University consist of a test on the following subjects:
- general theory of law,
- constitutional law,
- civil law,
- criminal law.

Submission of documents - from June 27 to July 4, 2020 room 211 at the Faculty of Law (Leninhradskaia st., 8), tel. 209-55-72.

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On September 23-25, 2020, the IV Kharkiv International Legal Forum will take place.

We are proud to announce that the CRIMHUM project is a partner in the panel discussion "Enforcement of law in conditions of coronacrisis". The purpose of the panel discussion is to discuss the crisis, global and regional dangers associated with the global pandemic “COVID-19”, as well as their impact on people’s lives, the rule of law, the future of society. The reform of the security and defense sector, the new doctrine of criminal law, institutional principles of economic security, strategies to combat the shadow economy and sectoral corruption, cybercrime, “white-collar crime”, transnational organized crime, illegal migration, and trafficking, and trafficking, world pandemic “COVID-19” will be analysed. During the open dialogue and exchange of ideas, it is planned to find answers to acute dilemmas, taking into account international standards and best world practices to outline conceptual approaches and strategic directions of further reform of national legislation, the introduction of breakthrough technologies in economic development, education, business, public administration, social services, ensuring law and order. A member of the CRIMHUM team Dr. Habil., Professor of Vilnius University Gintaras Shvedas is among the speakers of the panel.

Professor Thomas Krussmann, Doctor of Laws (Dr. Iur., University of Hamburg, Germany) and Dr. Habil. (Eastern Habil., University of Passau, Germany), CRIMHUM Project Manager will also speak at the Forum.

Both CRIMHUM experts will also deliver their reports within the Autumn Law School "Fighting cybercrime in accordance with European standards of justice". The title of the School shows that there will be used CRIMHUM experience. The School is organised by the European Expert Association.

The Kharkiv International Legal Forum was established in 2017 as an open international platform to discuss issues most relevant to the global legal community. The Forum will be organized by the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University.

 

 

On October 8, Law Faculties of the Belarusian State University and Yanka Kupala State University of Hrodna held another working online meeting of Belarusian CRIMHUM project participants. The Corona crisis cannot stop activities and students are mostly in classrooms from the 1st September 2020. The Coronacrises made such online meetings regular, but they cannot replace face-to-face communication.

Colleagues discussed the achieved milestones within the project, work of authors on course books in Belarus.

Participants also set tasks for the next months of 2020. The meeting was moderated by the Project Regional Manager (BY/UA) Dr. Aleh Maroz.

The meeting was moderated by the Regional Project Manager (BY/UA) Dr. Aleh Maroz.

At the suggestion of the Regional Project Manager (BY/UA) Dr. Aleh Maroz, a working online meeting was held also with Ukrainian CRIMHUM project participants on the same day.

Colleagues with the participation of the Project manager Prof. Thomas Kruessmann, discussed the milestones reached within the project. Matters of equipment procurement were also discussed.

Heads of authors groups spoke about work on course books in Ukraine.

Sufficient progress has been made in the development of teaching materials. All three Ukrainian universities (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, National University “Odesa Law Academy”) provide CRIMHUM courses during 2020/2021 study year.

Particularly discussed issues of financial management.

The participants set tasks for the next 2020 months.

The last set of online meetings was the project management meeting. Prof. Dr. Thomas Kruessmann, Dr. Aleh Maroz, and Dr. Vasyl Lutsyk discussed the coordination of equipment procurement in Ukraine and the preparation of training materials in Belarus and Ukraine.

 

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CRIMHUM Project Manager Professor Thomas Krüßmann visited Minsk this week. He was honored to be invited directly by the BSU Law Faculty for a week of teaching, had the opportunity to meet with the new Dean, Dr. Tatyana Mikhalyova, work with colleagues from CRIMHUM administration and also to meet the students of the first CRIMHUM Master programme in Minsk.

One topic of discussion was how to respond to the invitation to hold an event in the framework of the ErasmusDays 2020. One possibility that emerged was to focus entirely on Ukraine.

Having met our CRIMHUM students in Minsk, Prof. Thomas Krüßmann was under the impression that they had little understanding what kind of EU programme stood behind their studies, which overall direction the project is taking etc. etc. The impression was that our CRIMHUM project could be making a difference here in terms of creating some "esprit de corpse" among our students, to give them an opportunity to share their concerns, make international friendships and successively involve into this network also students from our West European partner universities.

During the visit, Professor Thomas Krüßmann gave a series of lectures and seminars on criminal law and procedure for bachelor students. The topics were "The role of criminal law in regulating the past", "Electronic evidence in the fight against transnational crime". The lectures sparked discussion and exchange of views.

As part of the Erasmus+ days 2020, the project decided to organize an online meeting with the students of the new program studying at Ukrainian partner universities. The meeting took place on October 17, 2020  within ZOOM-platform. Project manager Professor Thomas Krüßmann was the key speaker. The Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University was represented by Dr. Alla Grynchak and Ivan Franko National University of Lviv by Dr. Dmytro Kryklyvets.

First of all, the students got acquainted with the CRIMHUM project and its objectives. It was shown what the project does for its students and teachers. The participants of the online meeting found out in which project activities they can take part.

Also Professor Thomas Krüßmann answered the questions that the students had.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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