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Representatives of the the Law Faculty of ZNU participated in the discussion of the main trends and the development of legal culture in Ukraine

10.10.2013 11:02 All Faculties Law Юридичний факультет Наукове товариство студентів та аспірантів круглий стіл

Activists of the Scientific Society of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of Law of ZNU participated in the round table discussion "Legal culture as a factor in the formation of civil society in Ukraine." The event dedicated to the discussion of the main trends and the development of legal culture in Ukraine, which was held under the support of Zaporizhzhya Regional Council, Zaporizhzhya Regional State Administration, General Administration of Justice in Zaporizhzhya region and the Coordinating Council of Young Lawyers at the Department of Justice.

Round table held on the basis of Zaporizhzhya Regional Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education. Among the participants were the representatives of public authorities and heads public organizations students and our region. In addition, the event was also attended by representatives of Saratov National University. Communication was carried out with the help of Skype. Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of Law of ZNU was represented by its Head Oleksandr Kolomoets, Deputy Head Mykyta Zhukov and memeber of Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates Anton Zabarin.
The main objective of the meeting was the desire of the participants to analyze the level of legal culture of Ukrainian society and make recommendations for its improvement.
During the round table meeting, participants discussed the following issues: the importance of "public legal education programs Zaporozhye Region for 2012-2016" in raising the legal awareness of the population, free legal assistance to both protect the constitutional rights of citizens of Ukraine, the formation of legal awareness among representatives of educational institutions of the region, the role of civil society organizations in the formation of legal culture and other.
In the beginning of the event with a welcoming speech to the participants addressed Rector of Zaporizhzhya Regional Institute of Postgraduate Education, associate professor Volodymyr Pashkov. He noted that the formation of legal culture of citizens is a key issue in the development of civil society in Ukraine.
Experts of roundtable discussion were: Head of Zaporizhzhya regional public organization of scientists, professor Sergiy Pyetkov and editor-in-chief International Scientific Journal "Power. People. Law", associate professor Sergiy Domenko, which are comprehensively analyzed the reports of speakers.
Those present at the event, presented the results of a research on the level of legal culture of the region conducted by employees of Zaporizhzhya Regional Institute of Postgraduate Education. These data triggered a lively discussion among meeting participants. The representatives of the Scientific Society of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of Law of ZNU asked questions about the reasons to distrust law enforcement and possible ways of raising legal awareness of compatriots.
In the process of communication with representatives SNU (Saratov) were analyzed legislative acts of Ukraine and the Russian Federation on issues relating to the legal culture of citizens. It should be noted that of this issue is also considered to be relevant and one that requires operational resolution. Activists of the Scientific Society of Students and Postgraduates of ZNU during the discussion of mentioned questions submitted proposals on possible changes in legislation. During the event recommendations have been developed to solve problems relevant to the meeting. Event organizers have included all offers that were received by the assembly, and promised to use them for further study of these issues.

Oleksandr Kolomoets

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