Instructors of NULES of Ukraine remotely took part in the Spring School of the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence "European Union Law and its impact on Ukraine"

6 квітня 2021 року

In March 2021, the annual school of the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv of the Institute of International Relations took place. The purpose of the event "European Union Law and its impact on Ukraine" was to disseminate knowledge about the evolution of European Union law, the current state and prospects of development, the impact of Brexit on EU law; research of multidisciplinary aspects and disintegration processes; defining the legal basis for common EU policies (common migration policy, EU competition policy, area of freedom, security and justice); consideration of the basics of "Europeanization" of the legal order of Ukraine.


Today's dynamic transformation processes pose new challenges to civil society. Such challenges require doctrinal rethinking and conceptual implementation through the formation of a conceptual framework that will combine national priorities and at the same time allow for further evolution of relations between Ukraine and the EU in the field of European integration. Self-identification of Ukrainian citizens is a complex and colorful process. It needs to significantly intensify efforts on internal transformations that will bring the country closer to European socio-economic and political standards. And although Ukraine's accession to the EU is a matter of perspective, it directly depends on the effectiveness of internal reforms, on reaching the level of integration maturity. Today it can be argued that Ukraine has passed the stage of choosing between European and Eurasian vectors of state development.

The urgency of modern understanding and directions of our state's relations with the European Union is evidenced by the multi-vector themes of the Spring School: from the evolution of the European Union and its institutional mechanism to common foreign policy, freedom of movement, communication policy, anti-corruption mechanisms both within the EU and in relations. with third countries.
Participation in the event allowed for a fruitful exchange of views and experiences on the functioning of the EU in economic, political, legal and communication spheres, to analyze the provisions of the Association Agreement between Ukraine, on the one hand, and the European Union, the European Atomic Energy Community and their Member States. on the other; to hold a discussion on EU development trends with an emphasis on EU-Ukraine relations.


According to the results of the event, participants received certificates.


Oleksandr Kharchuk,
associate professor of the department of
international relations and social sciences

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