The National Institute of Justice was visited on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, by the delegation of the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA) in Stockholm, the Kingdom of Sweden, represented by Cecilia Sternemo and Fallckolm Cuenca, Department for Democratic Governance, and Hanna Hogberg and Julia Qvist, Department of bilateral Eastern Europe cooperation.


On Tuesday, March 12, 2024, at the National Institute of Justice has started the written test of the graduation exam for candidates to the positions of judge and prosecutor who followed the initial training course in 2022-2024. For two days, trainees who are aspiring to the position of judge will draft a judgment in a civil case and a sentence in a criminal case, and those who want to become prosecutors – an indictment and a corresponding ordinance.


The National Institute of Justice and the “Alexei Șciusev” Fine Arts School announce the fifth edition of the National Fine Arts Contest "The future of justice in the European community: the vision of young people on justice in the Republic of Moldova", intended for pupils between ages of 11 and 17 from general schools, middle schools, high schools, arts schools, centers of excellence and arts colleges across the country.


On Monday, February 26, 2024, at the National Institute of Justice, USAID anti-corruption experts were on a courtesy visit: Melissa Hooper and Andrew Solomon, who were accompanied by Otilia Bologan-Vieru, USAID Moldova legal program specialist, Kevin Laniga, senior advisor in the field of justice from Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Section at the US Embassy in the Republic of Moldova, and Radu Foltea, the deputy task order lead within the JARA Project.