Representatives of the EU governing bodies, the Spanish government, the diplomatic corps, and the academic community gathered to present the new program of the School of Global and Public Affairs. The Odesa School of Law was represented by Professor Viacheslav Tuliakov, Professor of the Department of Criminal Law at the National University "Odesa Law Academy", visiting Professor at IE University, ad hoc judge of the European Court of Human Rights in favor of Ukraine.
From October, 25 till 29, at the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Ajax-Marseille, there has been held an international dissemination conference under the framework of the CRIMHUM project 'Modernization of master's programs for future judges, prosecutors, investigators, taking into account European human rights standards'.
On October 10, 2022, Thomas Ratka, the Professor of Corporate and European law, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Globalization at the University of Continuing Education Krems, has given a zoom-lecture on EU Company law at the National University `Odesa Law Aacademy`. Staff and students had an opportunity to attend the meeting.
We congratulate Professor Vyacheslav Tulyakov, Department of Criminal Law, on his participation in the "Chance for Science" conference, which was held at the University of Leipzig on September 12, 2022. Professor Vyacheslav Tulyakov delivered a presentation on the "Approximation of EU criminal law to UA legislation".
Professor Vyacheslav Tulyakov delivered a presentation on the "The subsidiarity of criminalization within the European Law".
Nowadays, the European Union faces many internal and external challenges. The most serious threat is the Russian aggression towards Ukraine. Russian policy undermines the stability within the continent. European politicians have to find the proper response and prevent Russia from breaching international law.
In today's world, media literacy plays an important role, since we all depend on the external information environment. Every day we come across a large number of facts, most of which are fakes, thanks to which they try to manipulate us in favour of the other's interests. It is necessary to consider each message carefully and to be able to form one's own point of view on important legal and political issues. Dietmar Pichler's lecture will teach you how to spot fakes and effectively counter them.
The issue of comprehensive verification of the state of companies and the criminal-legal consequences of such activity in relation to human rights violations was the topic of the International Conference, which was held at the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Castilla La Mancha.
Victimology of Russian Aggression: Europe in Times of Turbulence” - that was the theme of the open lecture of vice-rector for international relations, professor Viacheslav Tuliakov for academia and students of Tubingen University (Germany).
The 13th Network Europe Conference “European integration perspectives in times of global crisis” was held in Athens (Greece) with representatives of law and political science, economists and politicians from Switzerland, Belgium, UK, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Serbia, Germany, Moldova, Ukraine. The conference was organized by the Partner of National University “Odesa Law Academy” - Europa Institut of Zurich University (Switzerland) with National and Kapodistan University of Athens.
The 17th International Symposium on Victimology of the World Society for Victimology was held on June 5-9, 2022 in San Sebastian (Spain). More than 400 experts in the field of crime prevention and treatment of victims of crime gathered from around the world to analyze the current state of humane treatment of victims of crime. Due to the basic issues of the characteristics of victims of crime in the digital age, the Symposium was much broader: from the analysis of victims of sexual violence in Catholic networks and restorative justice, to the organization of compensation schemes for victims of international crime.
"Against the Death Penalty: Opinio Juris and International Law", under this name, the World Congress of the International Society for Social Defence and Humane Social Policy was held on May 19-20, 2022. Under the leadership of President Professor Luis Arroyo Zapatero, the Congress spent two days examining the scientific and academic perspectives of combating the death penalty, that is notified as criminal penalty in the laws of half the world and tends to spread.
ECONOMIC AND HUMANITARIAN EFFECTS OF THE WAR IN UKRAINE: LESSONS OF RESISTANCE was the theme of the International Conference at CUNEF University (Madrid). It was moderated by Adoración Álvaro Moya, dean of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law and professor at CUNEF University and Isabel Maravall Buckwalter, professor at CUNEF University.
Vice-Rector for International Relations of the University, Professor Viacheslav Tuliakov, met with the President of the European Public Law Organization, Professor Spiridon Flogaitis, and members of the Spanish branch of the European Public Law Group, chaired by Professor Luis Maria Diez Picasso, judge of the Supreme Court of Spain.
Professor Viacheslav Tuliakov, has taken part in the Theses Tribunal for the Defense of Master's works of Students applying to the Master's Degree in International and European Business Law of the University of Pontifica Comillas, Madrid Spain.
"A wonderful new world? The future of international relations after COVID-19 and the war in Ukraine" was the topic of a professional discussion with members of the Executive Committee of the World Association of Directors of Schools of International Relations (APSIA): APSIA President Jim Levinson, Yale University Jackson Institute Director, Maria Aransas Gonzalez Laya Dean of the School of International Relations Sciences Po, Paris, as well as the Rector of the University of IE and the Dean of the School of Global and Public Relations, Manuel Munis, Madrid. The discussion focused not only on Huxley's predictions about law and technology, but also on the future of international relations after two years of global pandemics and the recent Russian invasion to Ukraine.
The aim of the CRIMHUM project is to modernize teaching process in the most conservative field of jurisprudence by developing and implementing a specialized master's program in criminal justice. Provision of material and technical base is one of the leading directions of the project.