In the context of the international campaign „16 days of actions against gender-based violence”, the National Institute of Justice, The Women's Law Centre (WLC) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) held Wednesday, November 29 2023, a public lesson and a document-exhibition on the phenomenon of sexual violence with the generic „Don't blame the clothes!”. The actions, addressed to the NIJ trainees, aimed at combating stereotypes of blaming the victim of sexual abuse and dispelling the myth that sexual assault is caused by the victim.


Traditionally, The National Institute of Justice joins the United Nations campaign „16 days of activism against gender-based violence” to reaffirm its strong commitment to stopping and combating gender-based violence. The theme of this year's campaign is „Let's invest in preventing violence against women and girls”.


Wednesday, November 22, 2023, the National Institute of Justice hosted the discussions panel entitled „Efficient implementation of judicial agreements of public interest: the experience of the National Financial Prosecutor's Office in France”. The meeting was attended by foreign experts, including the National Financial Prosecutor's Office of France, heads of justice sector institutions, judges, prosecutors, NIJ trainees, lawyers and representatives of the Ministry of Finance.


Between November16-17, 2023, the trainers of the National Institute of Justice: Livia Mitrofan, ad interim President of the Chisinau Court, and Alexandru Negru, judge at the Chisinau Court, Buiucani headquarters, attended the 16th EuRoQuod conference - a network that gathers, on a voluntary basis, judges from all levels of jurisdiction in Romania, showing a particular interest in the application of European Union law, to acquire new knowledge in the field and to pass on to colleagues from their experience.


Representatives of the National Institute of Justice have made a study visit to Bucharest, Romania, between November 15-17, 2023. The delegation included the employees of the Legal Information Centre, as well as the subdivisions responsible for human resources and communication. The visit to Romania was aimed at sharing experience and best practices in the form of meetings with the exponents of the Romanian judicial training institutions.