The Lawyer's Day at the National Institute of Justice was marked by the organization of the public lesson "Selective justice and professional integrity". The lecture was given by Mariana Rata, investigative journalist, TV8 News Director, and Cristina Tarna, anti-corruption expert, ex-Deputy Director of the National Anticorruption Center.


Today, October 16, 2020, the National Institute of Justice has started a new initial training course for candidates to the positions of judge and prosecutor.


Between October 8-9, 2020, as part of the process of continuous training of judges, was organized the autumn school "International Standards in the Field of Asylum".


Today, October 2, 2020, the final meeting of the Steering Committee for monitoring the implementation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for the Republic of Moldova 2017-2020 took place online. The meeting brought together Council of Europe experts and representatives of relevant national institutions.


Today, September 30, 2020, the closing event of the HELP course "Alternatives to Detention" took place online. The course, launched by the National Institute of Justice in partnership with the Council of Europe Programme on Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals, has been adapted in accordance with the national legal order for a diverse group of beneficiaries: judges, prosecutors, court staff, consultants of the prosecutor, as well as attorneys involved in state legal aid from the Republic of Moldova.


„The settlement of electoral disputes under the instruments of the Council of Europe and the practice of the ECHR" is the theme of the seminar addressed to judges specialized in the field of administrative litigation at the Supreme Court of Justice and at the courts of appeal, as well as to the staff of the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) and the Centre for Continuous Electoral Training (CICDE). The training sessions are taking place today and tomorrow, September 17-18, 2020, in online format..


On September 2-4, took place the autumn school "Strengthening the capacity of judges specialized in the examination of crimes of trafficking in human beings and trafficking in children".


These days, the National Institute of Justice hosts an exhibition of the young creator of illustrations who signs her works @canarielle. For the first time, the artist's drawings are displayed in a gallery, because, until now, they could only be seen on social networks and in profile magazines.


Today, September 2, 2020, the National Institute of Justice has started the admission exams to the initial training courses for candidates to the positions of judge and prosecutor.