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Online meeting between representatives of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs and the George Marshall European Center for Security Studies took place today. Participants discussed the prospects of cooperation in science and education, in particular, the possibility of implementing joint projects and programs.

LvSUIA Vice-Rector, Professor Olha Balynska noted that the university is interested in involving specialists from the Marshall Center in training for cadets, students, teachers and employees of practical police units. Priority topics include combating human trafficking and criminal offenses.

At the same time, representative of the Marshall Center, Professor Joseph Vann, stressed the readiness for such cooperation and offered to outline in more detail the ways of further cooperation.

At the end of the meeting, Olha Balynska invited experts from the Marshall Center to join the International Scientific and Practical Conference on Combating Human Trafficking, that will take place at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs in October, 2021.

The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies is one of five U.S. Department of Defense Regional Centers and the only bilateral Center. It is also the only regional center for the Federal Republic of Germany. The Centre’s mission is to enable solutions to regional and transnational security challenges through capacity building, access, and a globally connected network.

П'ятниця, 03 вересня 2021 17:33

Congratulations from LvSUA Rector on the Day of Knowledge

Dear cadets, students, listeners, adjuncts and graduate students of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs!

I sincerely congratulate you on the Day of Knowledge

and the beginning of the new educational year!

Getting an education is a difficult but extremely interesting way that opens up unknown horizons and opportunities, helps to learn about the world, realize your potential and achieve success in your dream profession. So I wish each of you to walk this path confidently and with dignity, to be persistent, conscientious, honest, to work tirelessly on yourself and never lose faith in your own strength!

Regards,

Rector of Lviv State

University of Internal Affairs

Roman BLAHUTA

 

 

We invite you to participate in the International Scientific & Practical Conference on Combating Human Trafficking, which will be held on October 8, 2021, at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs.

 

Areas of work:

1) socio-legal aspects of combating human trafficking;

2) criminal law aspects of combating human trafficking;

3) international experience in combating human trafficking;

4) information & analytical support and problems of interaction of law enforcement agencies in combating human trafficking.

Scientists and practitioners interested in discussing the proposed issues are invited to participate in the conference.

In case of quarantine restrictions, the conference will be held in a remote format based on the Zoom platform. The ID and access code will be posted on the university website.

Abstracts of the conference participants will be published in a separate collection after its work and placed in the electronic library and repository of the university.

You should send to the following email addresses (Ця електронна адреса захищена від спам-ботів. Вам потрібно увімкнути JavaScript, щоб побачити її.) :

- application for participation in the conference until September 22, 2021;

- abstracts, review of the supervisor (for applicants) marked "for the conference 08.10.2021" until September 29, 2021.

 

Applicants for higher education degrees "bachelor", "master" and graduate students directly participate in the conference in case of receiving personal invitations.

Conference languages: Ukrainian, English.

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Virtual international seminar on the development of a training course on police response to the threat of theft of ionizing radiation sources during use, storage or transportation was held on the basis of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. The event is part of a joint project of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and the Department of Radiological Safety of the US Department of Energy.

LvSUIA Rector Roman Blahuta addressed the audience with a welcoming speech. He noted the importance of developing and implementing a training course for police officers on the protection of ionizing radiation sources and responding to threats in this area. In addition, he wished the participants of the event to complete the preparation for the development and implementation of the training course.

The training lasted for 5 days. Representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, which provides the development of the training course, and four basic institutions of higher education with specific learning conditions were among its participants. Volodymyr Senyk, Head of the Department of Information and Analytical Support of Law Enforcement Bodies of LvSUIA Faculty №2, Roman Demkiv, Associate Professor of LvSUIA Department of Theory of Law, Constitutional and Private Law of the Faculty №1, and Kateryna Krushets, Senior Lecturer of LvSUIA Department of Tactical Special Training, joined the event.

The first stage of the training took place in March this year in Kharkiv.

Virtual international seminar on the basis of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs was held to develop a training course on police response to the threat of theft of ionizing radiation sources during its usage, storage or transportation. The event was held for five days as part of a joint project of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and the Radiological Security Department of the US Department of Energy. Representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, which provides the development of the course, as well as four basic institutions of higher education with specific learning conditions attended the event.

After the seminar, all participants received certificates, which were solemnly presented by Deputy Head of the Directorate for Strategic Planning and European Integration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Hennadiy Honcharuk and LvSUIA Rector Roman Blahuta.

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After development, this training course is planned to be introduced into basic training for all police officers in Ukraine.

Police officers will be able to gain basic knowledge of radiation safety, learn about the peculiarities of responding to incidents involving the theft of ionizing radiation sources and will be able to protect themselves and others in case of emergency.

The preparatory stage of the training course development, which took place in Kharkiv and Lviv, has now been completed.

We invite you to participate in International scientific & practical conference "Theory and practice of combating crime in modern conditions". Event will take place on November 5, 2021, at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs (Ukraine).

Scientific event areas of work:

1. Legal and personnel support of law enforcement: Ukrainian realities and foreign experience.
2. Reforming the law enforcement system of Ukraine: ways, risks and prospects.
3. Issues of interaction of law enforcement agencies in theirs activities.
4. Current state and assessment of law enforcement agencies effectiveness in the fight against crime.

Scientists and practitioners interested in discussing the proposed issues are invited to participate in the conference.

Abstracts of the conference participants will be published in a separate edition before its start and will be posted on the official university’s website.

The application for participation in the conference, thesis, review of the supervisor (for applicants) should be sent to the address of the University (Lviv, Horodotska 26 Street) or by e-mail to following e-mail address marked "for the conference 05.11.2021" until September 26.

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Неділя, 04 липня 2021 16:56

Young police officers graduated in Lviv

Celebration of the Day of the National Police of Ukraine took place today in the center of Lviv city. During it graduates of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs received bachelor's degrees. Young officers will join the ranks of law enforcement in 16 regions, where they will work in the units of investigation, criminal police and preventive activities. A total of 169 boys and girls graduated from university this year. Three of them received diplomas with honors.

The celebration of the professional holiday of policemen in Lviv took place on the square in front of the monument to the Great Kobzar. Relatives, friends, as well as residents and guests of Lviv city came to congratulate the graduates.

The festivities began with a minute of silence in memory of the heroes-defenders of Ukraine. In addition, flowers were laid at the memorial to law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty and at the monument to Taras Shevchenko.

After that, awards from the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, the National Police, the Lviv Regional State Administration, the Lviv Regional Council and the Lviv City Hall were presented to LvSUIA police officers and graduates.

The sincerest congratulations to the graduates were addressed by the Chief of the Department of Operational and Technical Measures of the National Police of Ukraine, General of Police of the Third Rank Mykhailo Kuznetsov: “From today you start an independent life. From today on your shoulders - officer's shoulder straps, which are a symbol of victory of all generations of defenders of our land, their courage and heroism. I believe that you will carry with dignity the title of a graduate of the Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, faithfully love your homeland, defend the law and honestly serve the Ukrainian people”.

Police colonel Oleksandr Shlyakhovskyi, Chief of the Main Department of the National Police in Lviv Region, congratulated the police on their professional holiday: “We had to go through a difficult path: we were constantly improving, developing and making our country safer. So I want to congratulate every police officer, wish patience, peace, inspiration and health. Thank you for the work you do every day, not counting your personal time”.

Addressing the graduates, the head of the Lviv Regional State Administration Maksym Kozytskyi wished them to justify the community's trust and be committed to the Oath. “Let the slogan: 'Serve and protect!' will become a life credo for you!”.

Iryna Hrymak, the head of the Lviv Regional Council, also addressed the graduates with a welcoming speech. “I’m sure that the knowledge and wisdom you gained while studying at your alma mater, training you have undergone, will help you serve the Ukrainian people. I want your conscientious work to be focused on the security of our community, our state, on its strengthening”.

Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovy wished the young officers to be brave and never be afraid, because fear paralyzes. “If you defend the law and the state, you always have the support of God and the community”. After the congratulations addressed to the young officers, the graduates were awarded bachelor's degrees.

LvSUIA Rector Police colonel Roman Blahuta, addressed the audience with a welcoming speech. First of all, he read greetings to the graduates from the Board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. “Your dream to join the ranks of police officers has come true. Interesting and important path of independent living, filled with professional success and life victories begins from this day. We hope that the knowledge and skills you’ve acquired during your studies will give you a sense of confidence in serving society and the state,” the Board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs said.

“It is very important that on the Day of the National Police of Ukraine we hold celebrations and release you, young officer. Handing you shoulder straps, I’ve already said that no institution of higher education provides comprehensive knowledge and skills. Our main function is to give you an understanding and awareness of the need for professional growth. When you have a constant thirst for knowledge, you’ll feel the need to improve as a specialist, you will become professionals in their field,” said LvSUIA Rector Roman Blahuta.

Father Ivan Revutsky and Volodymyr Kepych performed God's Blessing and dedication of graduates to the service of the Law and the Ukrainian people.

The festivities ended with a farewell to the university flag and a spectacular waltz of young officers.

LvSUIA Press service

Scientific seminar dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of Ukraine was held at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. Scholars, practitioners and graduates have shared their views on the problems of theory and practice of modern constitutionalism.

The seminar on this topic was initiated by the Department of Administrative and Legal Disciplines of LvSUIA Institute of Law. Such a scientific event is held annually on the eve of the Constitution Day of Ukraine.

The event was co-organized by the Western Research Center of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

This year the event was held remotely via online platform ZOOM.

The organizers offered the participants several areas for discussion. Discussions concerned, in particular, the socio-legal dimension of constitutionalism. In addition, it was about the history and current state of development of Ukrainian constitutionalism. They also discussed the problems of realization of constitutional rights and freedoms of human and citizen in Ukraine, ways to improve the activities of public administration bodies.

The event was moderated by Olha Balynska, LvSUIA Vice-Rector.

In general, the event was attended by representatives of HEI, research institutions, the court and bar. Some of theme: Western Research Center of NAS of Ukraine and MES of Ukraine, Military Institute of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, State Research Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Dnipropetrovsk State University of Internal Affairs, Western Ukrainian National University, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Lviv University of Business and Law, Educational and Scientific Institute of Law after Prince Volodymyr the Great of the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, National Academy of Internal Affairs, National Academy of Land Forces named after Petro Sagaidachny, Lviv Polytechnic National University, National University of Defense of Ukraine named after Ivan Chernyakhovsky, Precarpathian Faculty of National Academy of Internal Affairs and Kharkiv National Pedagogical University named after Hrihoriy Savich Skovoroda.

LvSUIA Vice-Rector Olha Balynska took part in an information meeting held as part of the L’Oreal-UNESCO Award for Women in Science – 2021. The meeting was organized to inform potential participants about the conditions of participation in the event.

The Ukrainian award is part of the global L’Oreal-UNESCO program, which helps to increase women’s contribution to global research. The purpose of the award is to increase the level of representation of women in science - for 22 years the award has supported and honored more than 3,400 women scientists from 116 countries.

 

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs launched series of scientific and practical events dedicated to topical aspects of adherence to the principles of gender equality. Discussions on this extremely important topic began during a round table held today at the university. First event was held remotely - participants communicated via online platform ZOOM. The discussion concerned the legal basis of gender equality in the Security and Defense Sector of Ukraine.

International experts, scholars, practitioners and representatives of public organizations spoke about the developments in this area and shared their views on ways to overcome gender stereotypes in society.

Rector of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs Roman Blahuta addressed the participants of the round table with a welcoming speech. “The gender approach in the education of higher education applicants should be focused on the formation and establishment of the practice of equal, gender-independent opportunities for self-realization of young people in various fields and spheres. At the same time, it’s important to show individual features of thinking and abilities, to acquire skills of equal cooperation of all participants in the educational process. It’s the gender approach to educational activities that meets the requirements of modern education and science, as it takes into account the interests of both sexes and helps to harmonize the processes of intersex social interaction of educational entities based on the idea of ​​gender parity.” said the head of the university. He also stressed the importance of creating a gender-sensitive educational environment with equal opportunities for self-realization.

In her welcoming speech, Hannelore Valier, Head of the EUAM Lviv Field Office, stressed that the issue of gender equality is a priority for the European Union. “In all the projects we implement, and in general in our activities, the gender component is always taken into account,” the Mission spokeswoman said.

The Government Commissioner for Gender Policy Kateryna Levchenko addressed the participants of the discussion with a welcoming speech. She noted the importance of conducting scientific activities related to gender equality, as it contributes to the understanding of the theoretical foundations for the formation and implementation of public policy in ensuring equal rights and opportunities for women and men at the national and local levels.

“Without the formation of a modern democratic organizational culture based on the principles of observance and protection of human rights, gender equality and non-discrimination, it is impossible to talk about strategic development in the law enforcement sphere. Ensuring equal rights and opportunities for women and men is very important for law enforcement. That is why we have developed and presented “Guidelines for the integration of gender approaches in the system of training for the security and defense sector,” said Kateryna Levchenko, adding that Lviv State University of Internal Affairs took an active part in this work. In addition, the Government Commissioner for Gender Policy announced that a number of trainings for teachers of higher education in the security and defense sector are planned for the second half of July.

The participants of the round table were also greeted by the representative of the Ukrainian Parliament's Commissioner for Human Rights in the Western Regions Svitlana Semchyshyn. “Gender equality is an indicator of how democratic a state is,” she said. “Taking into account the principle of gender equality policy in the processes of transformation, reorganization or during the implementation of reforms in various spheres of public life, will help increase the efficiency of relevant public services and help overcome gender stereotypes.”

The event was moderated by LvSUIA Vice-Rector Olha Balynska.

First of all, the participants discussed the international experience of implementing the principle of gender equality.

Hannelore Valier, Head of the EUAM Lviv Field Office, spoke about guarantees of gender equality in Germany and Italy.

Corina Dodi, Associate Professor of the Department of State and Legal Disciplines at KROK University, acquainted the participants of the round table with the experience of the Republic of Moldova.

Valentina Lukyanets, Assistant Rector for Gender Affairs at the National Academy of Internal Affairs, presented a report on the International Protocol on Documenting and Investigating Sexual Violence in Conflict as a Crime against Humanity: Key Findings.

The next panel focused on the achievements and prospects for equal rights and opportunities for women and men.

During the third discussion panel, the participants discussed topical issues of gender policy development in the security and defense sector of Ukraine.

In particular, Marta Chumalo, Deputy Head of the Women's Perspectives Center, presented a report on gender equality in the National Police.

Professor of the Department of Psychology, Pedagogy and Socio-Pedagogical Disciplines of the National Academy of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine named after B. Khmelnytsky Svitlana Hanaba spoke about the possibilities of integration of women in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Founder and Head of the public organization “UPS! Life in my city” Christina Nenno shared her thoughts on “Gender approaches in the management and operation of critical infrastructure”.

The event ended with a discussion of the introduction of a gender approach in the training of applicants in higher education institutions with specific learning conditions.

During this discussion panel, Professor of LvSUIA Department of General Law Disciplines of the Institute of Law Olha Barabash spoke about the legal consolidation of equality of rights of men and women in modern society.

And the Deputy Dean of LvSUIA Faculty № 3 Mykhailo Shevtsiv dedicated his speech to the gender peculiarities of cadet training.

The event was also attended by advisers and assistants to the rectors on gender issues of higher education institutions with specific learning conditions and scholars interested in discussing this issue.

At the end of the round table, the participants were addressed by LvSUIA Vice-Rector Olha Balynska. She thanked everyone who joined the scientific event, and stressed the importance of discussing the topic of gender equality and involving young people in such a discussion.

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