Counteracting misinformation: How European best practices help finding efficient solutions for Ukraine

1 July 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
At the Fourth National Forum on Independent Courts and Free Media: Counteracting Misinformation, which took place online on July 1, 2020, as supported by the EU Project Pravo-Justice, experts discussed the following topics: what European best practices in counteracting misinformation are, how one may prevent fake news becoming arguments in court trials, and how to strike balance between freedom of speech and control over the outspread of bogus stories and fake news.

Counteracting misinformation: How European best practices help finding efficient solutions for Ukraine

1 July 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
At the Fourth National Forum on Independent Courts and Free Media: Counteracting Misinformation, which took place online on July 1, 2020, as supported by the EU Project Pravo-Justice, experts discussed the following topics: what European best practices in counteracting misinformation are, how one may prevent fake news becoming arguments in court trials, and how to strike balance between freedom of speech and control over the outspread of bogus stories and fake news.

There was no other solution but to start working remotely - Anna Adamska Gallant

5 June 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
We came to a conclusion that a significant part of our activities could be still implemented, even by working remotely. In principle, our main task is to deliver expert opinions, to develop concepts, strategies, training curricula, and this intellectual content can be produced also while working online. Of course, there are still such deliverables that have to be physically implemented (f.e. signage for Model Courts), but a majority of activities can be continued.

There was no other solution but to start working remotely - Anna Adamska Gallant

5 June 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
We came to a conclusion that a significant part of our activities could be still implemented, even by working remotely. In principle, our main task is to deliver expert opinions, to develop concepts, strategies, training curricula, and this intellectual content can be produced also while working online. Of course, there are still such deliverables that have to be physically implemented (f.e. signage for Model Courts), but a majority of activities can be continued.

Court session where lawyers work from cell phones in cars: European e-court

21 May 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
Quarantine measures have changed the mode of operation for each area of activity, justice being no exception. How does e-litigation work in Ukraine? How is it different from e-court in Poland? Why is there no need to identify a person during online meetings in Sweden? Is it true that in Germany fax is considered to be an element of e-justice? International experts of EU Project Pravo-Justice discussed the specifics of e-justice at the webinar "Remote administration of justice".

Court session where lawyers work from cell phones in cars: European e-court

21 May 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
Quarantine measures have changed the mode of operation for each area of activity, justice being no exception. How does e-litigation work in Ukraine? How is it different from e-court in Poland? Why is there no need to identify a person during online meetings in Sweden? Is it true that in Germany fax is considered to be an element of e-justice? International experts of EU Project Pravo-Justice discussed the specifics of e-justice at the webinar "Remote administration of justice".

Dovydas Vitkauskas: Automated Bank Account Blocking as a simple way to promote rule of law

14 May 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , Property rights protection
Let’s start with numbers, on the basis of officially available statistics: almost UAH 900 billion, or roughly some EUR 30 billion, are locked in the form of unenforced court-ordered debt in Ukraine.

Dovydas Vitkauskas: Automated Bank Account Blocking as a simple way to promote rule of law

14 May 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , Property rights protection
Let’s start with numbers, on the basis of officially available statistics: almost UAH 900 billion, or roughly some EUR 30 billion, are locked in the form of unenforced court-ordered debt in Ukraine.

Webinar "Access to justice for vulnerable groups of court users"

30 April 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
On 29 April, experts from the EU Project Pravo-Justice held a webinar "Access to Justice for Vulnerable Groups of Court Users" for representatives of the State Judicial Administration of Ukraine, National School of Judges of Ukraine and about 250 representatives of the judiciary from all over Ukraine.

Webinar "Access to justice for vulnerable groups of court users"

30 April 2020 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice
On 29 April, experts from the EU Project Pravo-Justice held a webinar "Access to Justice for Vulnerable Groups of Court Users" for representatives of the State Judicial Administration of Ukraine, National School of Judges of Ukraine and about 250 representatives of the judiciary from all over Ukraine.