How EU helps Ukraine to hold competition to Supreme Court

The EU project “Support to Justice Sector Reforms in Ukraine” has helped carry out the most difficult psychological testing of candidates for the positions of judges of the Supreme Court in the history of Ukraine and Europe. Find more information on how the new Supreme Court works and what challenges the newly appointed judges encounter. … Read more How EU helps Ukraine to hold competition to Supreme Court

Life without borders: What it means to be an Erasmuser

This year, Europe’s most popular education programme, Erasmus, celebrated its 30th anniversary. One of the programme’s biggest advocates, Umberto Eco, believes Erasmus created the first generation of young Europeans. Now the programme’s successor, Erasmus+, continues to unite young people from around the world under its umbrella of opportunities, ranging from university exchanges to volunteering.

European Voluntary Service an opportunity to make a difference and break free from borders

Liliya Faskhutdinova of Kyiv used to work for Air France. But at 29 years old she decided to volunteer in Turkey through the European Voluntary Service (EVS), helping refugee children access an education. When asked what prompted her decision, Faskhutdinova says, “sometimes it’s useful to take a pause in your career and change something; live … Read more European Voluntary Service an opportunity to make a difference and break free from borders