The modern approach to education at the National Academy of Internal Affairs, as at an institution with specific training conditions, creates high requirements for graduates and distinguishes them as competitive, in-demand professionals in the labor market. Opportunities for cadets, students, trainees, teachers and department heads are provided to develop, acquire and improve practical skills – the main criterion for assessing the potential of the university.
On this topic, Kateryna Danchenko, the Head of the legal clinic of the Precarpathian Faculty (Ivano-Frankivsk) of the National Academy of Internal Affairs "Themis (Феміда)", organized a meeting with Ivan Nahorniak, Adviser to the Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine, Candidate of Political Science, for the clinic’s consultants.
Last week an initial workshop to develop a police respond course to the threat of theft of ionizing radiation sources during their use, storage or transportation was held on the basis of the Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs with the support and participation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, representatives of the Radiological Safety Department of the US Department of Energy and the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine.
On March 25, the National Academy of Internal Affairs hosted an online international scientific-practical conference "Understanding masculinity and gender equality in the security sector of Ukraine and presenting the results of the study", where the results of the international research "Understanding of masculinity and gender equality in the security sector of Ukraine" were published. The research is based on the methodology of IMAGES (International Men and Gender Equality Study), which was adapted to the context of the security sector of Ukraine.
On March 19, the National Academy of Internal Affairs hosted a meeting of the interdepartmental scientific-practical round table to discuss the prospects for improving the legislation in the field of operational units.
Since 2019, the UN structures, one of the founders and members of which is Ukraine, have organized large-scale work to update and unify the standards of international peacekeeping. The ultimate goal of this project is to update and develop appropriate standardized training and educational courses for peacekeepers and police officers, which should cover all areas of international peacekeeping, as well as the further implementation of these courses in the activities of contributing countries.
On March 18, the National Academy of Internal Affairs will host an interdepartmental scientific-practical round table "Reforming criminal law through the prism of historical heritage" (as part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Academy of Internal Affairs). During the scientific event it is planned to discuss the draft Criminal Code of Ukraine and current issues of theory and practice of criminal offenses.
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