In the context of the national campaign „Week of combating trafficking in human beings”, Friday, October 20, at the National Institute of Justice took place a mock trial on the state's response to cases of trafficking in human beings from the perspective of fairness and the focus of the criminal process on the victim.


On the occasion of Lawyer's Day, NIJ trainees and trainers participated in a discussion panel entitled „Role of the National Institute of Justice as a judicial training entity, in the context of obtaining the status of candidate country of the Republic of Moldova for accession to the European Union”.


On Tuesday, October 17, 2023, was launched the joint project of the European Union and the Council of Europe „Support to the justice reform in the Republic of Moldova”, which will support national authorities in further advancing the reform of the judiciary by strengthening its independence, transparency and professionalism. Among the beneficiaries of the project are the Ministry of Justice, the Superior Council of Magistracy, the Superior Council of Prosecutors, the National Institute of Justice and the Constitutional Court.


The representatives of the National Institute of Justice, Ecaterina Popa, ad interim Director, Cezara-Elena Polisca, Head of the didactic-methodical and the training of trainers Unit, and Ion Bocan, Head of the continuous training Unit, met on Tuesday, September 12, 2023, with the expert in legal education from the United States of America, Charles Ericksen, and with the deputy task order lead within the JARA Project, Radu Foltea. Charles Ericksen is also one of the founders of the International Judicial Training Organization (IOJT) whose member is the National Institute of Justice.