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XV International Media Law Summer School has finished

19 lawyers and journalists from 6 countries have successfully finished their studying at the International Media Law Summer School, the educational project of the Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law. During the graduation ceremony, the trainees received their diplomas. Just before the graduation, they took part at the traditional moot court, a friendly competition […]

CEDEM demands from polling companies to disclose the customers of the polls

Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law demands from polling companies to disclose the customers and purchasers of the electoral opinion polls. This change will help to define which polls are trustworthy, because the last published polls had differences, far bigger than the measurement error. Additionally, according to the Law of Ukraine “On the Elections […]

Toronto Principles, the roadmap for Ukrainian reforms

On June 15, the press-conference «Toronto Principles as the roadmap for Ukrainian reforms» was held. The Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition held an event to approve the challenges and priorities for reforms in Ukraine for the next 5 years. The event included a presentation of a poll, dedicated to an opinion of Ukrainians about reforms. […]

CEDEM supported the Justice Agenda

Judiciary reform, restoration of liability for illicit enrichment for official and new law enforcement reforms – this is the public agenda for next parliament. Center for Democracy and Rule of Law joined the Justice Agenda, a joint demand list of 17 NGOs for parties, who take part in the elections. The agenda is mainly focused […]

Time for reform has expired: results of mass media destatization

On December 31st 2018 the term has expired for transformation of national and municipal media into independent editions. Starting from January 1st 2019 state and local self-government authorities has no more rights to be a founders of printed word media and spent budget funds for promotion of their own activity in their pages. Realignment of […]

«Wrinkled but alive»: Ukrainian stars have told how safety belt saved their lives

On the New Year eve Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law (CEDEM) has initiated a social project “Wrinkled but alive” within the “For safe roads” Campaign, which encourages drivers and passengers to use a safety belt. The following singers participated in the project: Olya Polyakova, Nadya Dorofeyeva, Dasha Astafiyeva, TAYANNA and Michelle Andrade as […]

CEDEM has conducted Oxford Media Law Moot Court regional round for the third time

On December 14-16, 2018 the regional round of the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition took place in Kyiv. This competiton was conducted for the third time by CEDEM in association with Oxford University, National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” and Kyiv-Mohyla Moot Court Society. During competitions simulating progress of proceeding students from four countries – which […]

VIII enrollment of the Open University of Reform has finished

On December 15, 29 participants have completed their learning at the Open University of Reforms, the joint educational project of the Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law and Reanimation Package of Reforms,. Three months of Saturday intensive courses and evening lectures, three practical projects from participating teams, hundreds of training hours at Ukrainian NGOs […]

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