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Winners of the contest “Let's send corruption to quarantine” were awarded on the 16th of June. The event was initiated by the European Union Advisory Mission to Ukraine and the Hans Seidel Foundation. As part of the campaign, students of the Lviv State University of Internal Affairs prepared posters and videos dedicated to anti-corruption issues.

Joseph Djulai, Senior Anti-Corruption Adviser of the EUAM, awarded Vita Solodkevych, a student at the Institute of Law, who won I place in the Poster category, and sophomores Sofia Kyrylchuk, Faculty №3, & Victoria Garkavenko, Faculty №1, who represented the university’s team, for the II place among the videos.

Applicants received Certificates and gift packages from the Mission. In addition, Joseph Djulai handed over 5 laptops to LvSUIA Rector Roman Blahuta  - gifts for the I annd II places in the relevant nominations.

“We've been working here since 2014 to reform the civil security sector. And, of course, the main goal of the Mission is the rule of law and support for the Ukrainian law enforcement agencies involved in this process. According to some scientific studies, one of the most effective ways to fight corruption is the education of young people. So we decided that it would be useful to start such a campaign. To do so, we have joined forces with the Hans Seidel Foundation, which is funded by the German government and works in Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova and Romania to uphold democratic values ​​in those countries”, Joseph Djulai said.

“We were glad to see that more than a hundred representatives from different universities have expressed their desire to participate in this competition. And we are especially pleased that the best at the first stage of this campaign, according to the results of the jury voting, was Lviv State University of Internal Affairs,” the EUAM representative added.

LvSUIA Head Roman Blahuta, in turn, stressed that intolerance of corruption is an important element of social work and education of young people.

“Education is effective when it starts at an early age. None of the repressive measures taken by law enforcement agencies to prevent corruption will have such an effect as high-quality preventive work with young people. After all, the initiative to promote anti-corruption among higher education institutions is very interesting and necessary and was absolutely positively received by our applicants. It’s gratifying that international organizations, in particular the EUAM, noted the work of LvSUIA students. Therefore, I would like to express my sincere gratitude from myself and the staff of the university for the support, initiative and for the idea of ​​introducing intolerance to corruption,said Roman Blahuta.

Andriy Hodiak, the University's Anti-Corruption Commissioner, also thanked the Mission's representatives for their cooperation and opportunity to participate in such projects.

“After all, participation in such projects instills in the younger generation zero tolerance for corruption,” Andriy Hodiak stressed.

Almost 100 works were submitted to the creative competition - more than 40 team works and about 60 individual works. The participants of the campaign were 14 HEI of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

You can get acquainted with the works of the contest winners on the official website of the EUAM in Ukraine.



Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a meeting of the university leadership with representatives of the European Union Advisory Mission in Ukraine.

International delegation was led by the Head of Mission, Antti Hartikainen. The event was also attended by the Head of the EUAM Operations Department Kent Jacobsen and the Coordinator of the Mission's Field Office in Lviv Hannelore Valier. During the meeting they discussed the deepening of partnership and implementation of joint projects in the field of education and science.

LvSUIA Rector Roman Blahuta noted that thanks to the cooperation with the Mission it was possible to successfully implement the ideas of creating training modules, which became practical platforms for various trainings.


At the same time, Antti Hartikainen stressed that Lviv State University of Internal Affairs is one of the key partners of the Mission, with which fruitful and long-term cooperation is established. He also noted that on June 1, the EUAM began work under a new mandate. In addition, he outlined 5 priorities of the Mission. Key issues include national security, fight against organized crime, including cross-border crime, criminal justice, public safety, and digital transformation and innovation.

LvSUIA has been fruitfully cooperating with the Mission. Recently, EUAM representatives donated a laser 3D scanner to the university, which is used by foreign forensic scientists during investigative actions.

The device combines laser scanning with digital photography, which helps to create a three-dimensional graphic and photorealistic model of the scene. This allows you to get a three-dimensional image of the material situation on it and capture each item. Such scanning is used in the USA, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Austria, the Czech Republic. In Ukraine, this technology is just being implemented, so Lviv State University of Internal Affairs has a unique opportunity to study in detail the international experience of using 3D-scanners in forensics and share experiences with practices.

“Thanks to this device, we will also be able to create an online library of various venues and material objects, which will become part of the virtual educational space and will be used during lectures and practical classes for cadets,” said Ruslan Shekhavtsov.

In addition, the EU Advisory Mission recently donated equipment for first aid to the university. The set includes mannequins for training the skills of cardiopulmonary resuscitation of adults and infants, protective shields, gloves and other equipment.

During the working meeting, the EUAM representatives were also shown how to use this equipment. Presentation was given by the Head of the Department of Tactical and Special Training of the Faculty №3 Yuriy Yosypiv. International delegation also visited the Training Situation Center, language classroom and specialized classrooms.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a round table “Criminal Justice in Ukraine: Realities and Prospects”. The event was organized by employees of the Department of Criminal Law of the Institute of Law and was held online via ZOOM platform.

The work of the round table was divided into several areas. Scholars and practitioners talked about the trends in the formation of the criminal process, prospects of criminal law in Ukraine and gender mainstreaming in the field of criminal justice.

The round table resulted in the joint work of scholars and practitioners on the reform of criminal justice in Ukraine.

Training “Simulation exercise. Strengthening the interaction of subjects in the field of combating human trafficking” took place in Vinnytsia. The training lasted for a few days. Based on the scenarios developed by the experts, the participants worked out joint actions during the investigation of cases of labor and sexual exploitation.

The event was held within the framework of the OSCE project “Expansion of the National Mechanism of Interaction of Entities Implementing Measures in the Field of Combating Human Trafficking in Ukraine”.

Representatives of Vinnytsia and Zhytomyr region took part in the simulation exercise.

According to Deputy Minister of Social Policy Olha REVUK on her official Facebook page, this training has become another important step in the framework of events to mark Europe Day in Ukraine. “It’s planned to hold a series of such simulation exercises for representatives of other regions,” she announced.

Тrainings were conducted to improve the practical skills of identifying victims, to ensure a holistic approach and comprehensive assistance to victims of labor and sexual exploitation, and to strengthen the interdisciplinary approach at various stages of combating human trafficking.

Head of the Department of Actualization of Education and Practical Training of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs Oleksandra ZAKHAROVA also joined tThe event. After completing the training she received a certificate of completion on the simulation exercise.

Meeting of the Presidium of Lviv Regional Small Academy of Sciences of student youth took place on the 3rd of June.

Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Ihor YUKHNOVSKY chaired the meeting. The event was moderated by the Director of the Small Academy Ivanna BORODCHUK. The purpose of the meeting of representatives of the leading HEI of Lviv city was to elect the President of the Small Academy.

The meeting was attended by Vice-Rectors for Research and Scientists of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv and Lviv Polytechnic National University. Lviv State University of Internal Affairs was represented by Vice-Rector Olha BALYNSKA.

At the initiative of the Head of the Western Research Center of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Zinovy ​​NAZARCHUK, Honored Professor of Lviv University Oleh SHABLI, Professors Sofia GRABOVSKA and Yaroslav PRYTULA, as well as the unanimous support of all participants, Roman HLADYSHEVSKY was elected President of the Lviv Regional Small Academy of Sciences. He is a well-known scientist in the field of crystal chemistry of inorganic compounds, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, Vice-Rector for Research at Ivan Franko Lviv National University.

LvSUIA congratulates the newly elected President of the Small Academy of Sciences of Lviv Region, wishes success in working with talented youth and expresses sincere hopes for the continuation of fruitful cooperation. We remind you that LvSUIA together with the Lviv Regional Small Academy of Sciences of Student Youth and the Department of Education and Science of the Lviv Regional State Administration launched a regional competition of scientific essays on social and legal issues among schoolchildren last year. Commenting on the event, Olha BALYNSKA expressed confidence that the joint efforts of the academic community will be able to find and support young scientists, and this will contribute to the further development of Ukrainian science.

Scientific and methodological seminar “Childhood: modern realities, challenges, prospects” was held for the International Children's Day. The event was held online. Event was organized by Khmelnytsky National University, Polissya Academy of International Cooperation of Creative Pedagogy, Ivan Franko Zhytomyr State University, Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Institute of Training of the State Employment Service of Ukraine, Khmelnytsky Institute of Postgraduate Education Khmelnytsky City Center for Social Services for Families, Children and Youth, as well as the Juvenile Prevention Department of the Khmelnytsky Region Police.

Olha BALYNSKA, Vice-Rector of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, addressed the participants of the seminar with a welcoming speech. She noted that among all human rights, the fundamental rights of the child are of huge importance, because it’s exactly in childhood when the basis of the worldview is formed, the foundations of understanding and perception of the environment are laid, and the core of further self-development is created. “The most important way to ‘form’ a person is education, because it’s used from birth and all other methods of influencing the person are based on it,” Olha BALYNSKA stressed. She stressed that LvSUIA implements a student-centric approach, and applicants have the opportunity to choose an individual educational trajectory.

Рarticipants of the seminar discussed a number of problematic issues related to social protection and education of children. During the event, the report was made by the Head of LvSUIA Department of Practical Psychology of the Institute of Psychology, Management and Safety, Doctor of Psychology, Associate Professor, Chairman of the Ukrainian Institute of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and Psychological Counseling Halyna KATOLYK. She shared her professional views on the topic of childhood and the simulacrum of modern society.

Participants discussed the psychological features of Generation Z, as well as the opportunities, advantages and disadvantages of distance learning.

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LvSUIA student won II place at the International Student Summit

Mykola APETYK, a third-year student at the Institute of Law of the Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, won second place at the VII International Student Summit “Human Rights in the Contemporary Globalization Challenges”.

The event was organized by Dnipro State University of Internal Affairs and the Association of Ukrainian Lawyers.

The International Student Summit brought together young people from Ukrainian and foreign universities to discuss their scientific achievements.

This year the event was held remotely, and its participants were 39 teams, from which the best 19 were selected. The topic of LvSUIA student's work Affairs was the issue of ensuring the digital rights of the child in Ukraine. “In modern world, one in three teens has used the Internet at least once, and one in five is already actively using social media. However, along with such opportunities, new threats arise. About 60% of children aged 8 to 12 are vulnerable to cyber risks and violations of their rights online, because children usually use the Internet without even suspecting that their rights may be endangered,” says Mykola APETYK.

As a result, the work of LvSUIA student was recognized as one of the best and he was awarded II place. According to the organizers, the International Student Summit was held to increase the positive image of the legal profession in Ukraine, stimulate the creativity of young scholars and practitioners in the field of law and improve the knowledge of applicants on topical issues of modern state-building processes.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted the opening of a personal exhibition artworks by Victoriya NADURAK, cadet of the Faculty №1. The exhibition presents 27 paintings painted with oil paints.

LvSUIA Rector Roman BLAHUTA visited the exhibition and shared his impressions of the young artist's work. “The ability to convey emotion, dynamics, mood, color, shadow and volume on canvas is a real talent that needs to be developed. The author of these works is very talented, so I wish her success and inspiration, “ said the Head of the university. He stressed that it’s extremely important that applicants improve not only in their future profession, but also develop their abilities in various fields, including creativity.

According to Victoriya NADURAK, she's been interested in painting since childhood. ”I loved to draw at school, but didn’t have the opportunity to attend an art studio to develop these skills,” recalls the cadet.

Two years ago, the girl accidentally found old oil paints and it was a turning point in her work. “Since then, I have hardly put the brush away from my hands. As soon as I have a free minute, I draw immediately,” Victoriya admits. She says that she is most inspired by nature. So in his works she tries to convey its colors, uniqueness and beauty.

“For me, painting is a special process. Creativity helps to open the soul and pour all the emotions and experiences on the canvas, ” the author says.

The girl plans not to stop on her laurels and to develop further her creative abilities. This year she has already taken two courses - in painting and architectural sketch in one of Lviv art studios.

Another webinar from the European Union Advisory Mission to Ukraine took place at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. Felix GAUTSCH, Police and Community Interaction Advisor-Trainee of the EUAM Lviv Office, told the cadets about human rights in the context of police work.

“It’s important that the police not only know what international human rights standards are, but also facilitate their implementation. Human rights should be a kind of guide for law enforcement officers,” said Felix GAUTSCH. He also acquainted the cadets with the triangle of the state's obligations to protect human rights and spoke about the violations that may be committed by law enforcement officers during arrest or interrogation. Such illegal acts may include torture, psychological violence, ignoring a prisoner's complaints, and so on.

Finally, the EUAM specialist answered all the questions of the cadets and wished them success.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs has become a kind of platform for discussing the problems of improving the activities of law enforcement agencies to detect, stop and prevent corruption for ten years in a row. This year the scientific-practical event on this topic was held in a mixed format.

event with a welcoming speech. “The topic of combating corruption remains relevant for Ukrainian society. This problem, despite the political, legal, economic, social context, has acquired a moral and ethical nature, because it affects everyone. Only in April, more than half a hundred entries were made in the Register of Corruption, and since the beginning of the year - almost two and a half thousand, ” Olha Mykhailivna emphasized. She also noted that corruption undermines Ukraine's authority at the international level, forms a shadow economy, and undermines citizens' trust in the government.

Deputy Director of the Institute for the Training of Specialists for National Police Units, Candidate of Law, Associate Professor Danylo YOSYFOVYCH also greeted the participants of the scientific event and wished everyone to have an interesting and productive discussion. He noted that over the years of the seminar, the mechanism for preventing and combating corruption has changed significantly, becoming much better and more effective.

Marta SAMCHENKO, Candidate of Law, Head of the 6 Department (Anti-Corruption) of the Department of Strategic Investigations in Lviv Oblast, said that since the beginning of the year, employees of this unit have handed over 334 administrative protocols on committing administrative offenses related to corruption. “Most often, we recorded violations of the requirements of financial control, namely, late submission of declarations, as well as failure to report conflicts of interest and decision-making in a real conflict of interest,” - said Marta SAMCHENKO.

The discussion was continued by the First Vice-Rector of LvSUIA, Candidate of Law, Associate Professor Taras SOZANSKY, who spoke about the limits of criminal liability for evading e-declaration. During the seminar, they also discussed the use of operational and investigative measures in the detection of corruption crimes by units of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine. Yuriy HOVOR, Candidate of Law, dedicated his speech to this topic.

The next speaker - Vasyl CHEREPUSHCHAK, Candidate of Law, drew attention to the peculiarities of detecting corruption crimes by the NABU units. Participants of the seminar discussed administrative and legal problems of functioning of anti-corruption legislation of Ukraine and criminal and legal problems in the field of combating corruption. Topical issues of criminological characterization of corruption crimes were raised. They also discussed the problems of application of anti-corruption legislation in law enforcement.

The discussion also concerned the practice of anti-corruption commissioners in public law entities and the detection and cessation of corruption offenses by National Police units.

Representatives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, the State Bureau of Investigations, Department of Strategic Investigations of the National Police, Lviv Regional Prosecutor's Office, State Institution “Territorial Medical Association of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Lviv Region” and higher education institutions - National Academy of Internal Affairs, Donetsk State University of Internal Affairs, Luhansk State University of Internal Affairs named after E.O Didorenko, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs, Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, S.Z Gzhytsky Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnology. and Lviv State University of Life Safety joined the scientific and practical event.

The discussion ended with a number of practical proposals concerning the work of higher education institutions, which were expressed by anti-corruption commissioners, in particular, Andriy HODIAK LvSUIA), Olha PISKUNOVA (KhSUIA) and Olha SERGIENKO (OSUIA).