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
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
Enforcement and Protection of Property Rights
The Enforcement and Protection of Property Rights 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
Support to EU Integration Process in the Justice Sector
The EU Project Pravo-Justice Component 4 is focused on facilitation of dialogue between justice sector stakeholders, public diplomacy, monitoring and communication on EU accession process; assistance to MoJ with regard to the approximation process and EU-adhesion negotiations as well as supporting the legal education reform and providing other thematic support.
latest news & events
Setting up the Disciplinary Inspectors Service: a Task from the European Commission for 2024, which Ukraine Must Fulfill
Office of the Prosecutor General Held an Event Dedicated to Psychological Resilience of Prosecutors Investigating International and War Crimes
results & reports
The Analytical Report examines the main reasons for refusing to hold remote hearings in civil, economic, or administrative proceedings.
Key results of EU Project Pravo-Justice II (2021-2023) that have been presented at the Steering Committee Meeting on 24 November 2023.
The analytical report outlines the general procedure and main features of disciplinary proceedings based on the example of some European countries.
Recommendations based on best Ukrainian practices and international experience that should be used in working with victims of war-related violence in Ukraine.
Analytical Report on the Functioning of the Judicial System of Ukraine in Conditions of Full-scale War and Martial Law
The report outlines the widespread challenges in delivering justice both in government-controlled territories and those affected by hostilities or occupation.
- 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