On the European Day of Justice, October 25, the students of law faculties visited the National Institute of Justice in order to participate in a public event ”Access on legal information and the prospects for the professions of judge and prosecutor in the context of reforms”.
On Wednesday, 25 May 2022, the National Institute of Justice in partnership with the Council of Europe of Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP Program) launched a new distance learning course "Violence against Women and Domestic Violence" . The event is part of the Council of Europe project "Supporting the implementation of the Istanbul Convention in the Republic of Moldova ".
Between 10 and 11 March 2022, six trainers of the National Institute of Justice of the Republic of Moldova participate in the regional course dedicated to the European Programme for Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP Programme) of the Council of Europe. Among beneficiaries of the training are also judges, prosecutors, lawyers and other legal professionals from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
Well-reasoned court decisions are a guarantee against arbitrary judgment, ensure the proper conduct of justice and increase the public confidence in the system of justice. In order to achieve these goals, the National Institute of Justice, in partnership with the Council of Europe HELP Programme (the European Programme for Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals), launched on Friday, 4 March 2022, the online course "Judicial Reasoning and Human Rights".
In order to prevent ill-treatment of persons deprived of their liberty, the National Institute of Justice launched a new distance learning course today, 23 February 2022 – “Standards of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment” (CPT) -, developed by the European Council's Program of Human Rights Education (HELP) of the Council of Europe (CoE), in cooperation with the CPT Secretariat.