09.07.2021

On Thursday, July 8, 2021, at the National Institute of Justice, four teams of students-participants of the summer camp "YOUthACT - Youth for Justice", demonstrated, in two rounds, the necessary skills in an impromptu court hearing.

09.07.2021

The new knowledge and skills gained in the first days of the camp "YOUthACT - Youth for Justice" were applied on Thursday, July 8, 2021, at the National Institute of Justice, in the competition "Voices of Justice" - an exercise in rhetoric, through which the competitors made their beliefs heard by pleading for a particular cause.

07.07.2021

The participants of the summer camp "YOUthAct - Youth for Justice" came today, July 7, 2021, to the National Institute of Justice to be involved in activities carried out in order to help them understand human rights, their protection mechanisms, and the national system of justice.

02.07.2021

The Director of the National Institute of Justice, National Coordinator of the HELP Program in the Republic of Moldova, Diana Scobioala, participated in the annual e-conference of the European Program on Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP).

28.06.2021

Diana Scobioala, the President of the Jury, the Director of the National Institute of Justice: ”Today’s Hackathon is tomorrow’s change. I was fascinated by this virtual experience that once again proved that we have smart, compassionate and promising young men and women who know how to provide solutions to the challenges that Moldova faces. It is a strong signal to decision makers. Justice can no longer escape the digital age. It is time.”

22.06.2021

The Director of the National Institute of Justice, Diana Scobioala, on Monday, June 21, 2021, welcomed the representatives of Expertise France - French public agency for the elaboration and application of international technical cooperation projects, member of the French Development Agency group, that came for a visit to the NIJ.

08.06.2021

Today, June 8, 2021, was launched the e-course "Women's access to justice", developed by the team of the Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) Program of the Council of Europe and which, at national level, will be tutored by the National Institute of Justice. The event took place simultaneously for legal professionals from the Eastern Partnership countries - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.

04.06.2021

The Director of the National Institute of Justice, Diana Scobioala, participated on Thursday, June 3, 2021, in the roundtable "Strengthening equality and non-discrimination through training for police officers, prosecutors and judges on biased crimes", organized within the regional project of the Council Europe and the European Union "Strengthening access to justice for victims of discrimination, hate crimes and hate speech in the Eastern Partnership countries".