Justice Sector Policy and Coordination
EU Project Pravo-Justice Component 1 experts contribute to spreading European practices and standards in the Ukrainian justice system; they also support Ukrainian justice sector institutions on the path towards Ukraine’s integration into the European Union and facilitate investigation of war crimes
Judiciary and judicial reform
EU Project Pravo-Justice Component 2 experts work on various aspects of judiciary reform, provide expert support to judicial authorities, and also contribute to institutional capacity building of judiciary governance and administration bodies
Protection of Property Rights and Enforcement of Court Decisions
The Protection of Property Rights and Enforcement of Court Decisions Component is focused on protecting citizens’ right to a fair trial by building an effective system of enforcing court decisions, ensuring the protection of property rights by improving procedures for the enforcement of court decisions
E-justice. Digital Solutions for Ukrainian Justice Sector
EU Project Pravo-Justice supports digitalization of the justice system of Ukraine through implementation of modern IT-technologies. Component 4 experts are mainly involved in supporting Ukrainian authorities in drawing up digital solutions and implementing their particular elements
latest news & events
“HR Strategy. Personnel Selection System”: EU Project Pravo-Justice Held the Conference on Improving HR Management System at the SI “Probation Center”
Pravo-Justice Project and Representatives of the Judiciary Discussed the Introduction of Services for Vulnerable Court Users
“Subsidiary Liability of Shareholders and Management: Ukrainian and Polish Perspectives”: EU Project Pravo-Justice Held a Round Table
results & reports
Compendium of article materials to the Code of Administrative Procedure of Ukraine: 2018–2021
The compendium includes the Supreme Court judicial practice of resolving the most complex procedural issues that arise before administrative courts and is intended for practical use by judges of...
Digest "Courts During the War"
With the beginning of the full-scale Russian aggression against Ukraine, many courts found themselves in the occupied territories and were forced to stop their work. Judges and court employees,...
Law on Administrative Procedure, Handbook for public servants
The handbook explains the principles of administrative procedure and a number of key concepts: administrative body, administrative procedure and proceedings, discretionary powers, interested pe...
Critical analysis of Methodological recommendations for identifying signs of enterprise insolvency and signs of actions to conceal bankruptcy, fictitious bankruptcy or bringing to bankruptcy
The shortcomings of the current Methodological Recommendations were analyzed and an updated version of the approach to the liquidation analysis of enterprises was proposed, which would simplify t...
Review of National and International Mechanisms of Property Rights Protection Violated due to the Aggression of Russian Federation
National and international mechanisms of the protection of property rights have been analyzed, including various ways of payment of compensation for damages caused
- Expertise France
- Lithuanian Central Project Management Agency
- Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF)
- Canal France International
- Ministry of Justice of Ukraine
- The Presidential Administration of Ukraine
- The State Penitentiary Service of Ukraine
- Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine
- Ukrainian National Bar Association
- Coordination Centre for Legal Aid
- Supreme Court of Ukraine
- Constitutional Court of Ukraine
- Council of Judges of Ukraine
- Higher Specialized Courts of Ukraine
- The State Court Administration
- National School of Judges of Ukraine