Pravo-Justice project experts on e-justice in EU

Quarantine measures have changed the mode of operation for each area of activity, justice being no exception. How does e-litigation work in Ukraine? How is it different from e-court in Poland? Why is there no need to identify a person during online meetings in Sweden? Is it true that in Germany fax is considered to be an element of e-justice? International experts of EU Project Pravo-Justice discussed the specifics of e-justice at the webinar “Remote administration of justice”. Read more

Launch of public services portal Diia designed using EGOV4Ukraine funds

27 public online services are already available on the government portal Diia, in particular, registering a sole proprietorship, filing changes in constitutional documents, changing the area of activity and closing a sole proprietorship, procuring a statement of the absence of criminal record, applying for a childbirth benefit or monthly reimbursement of childcare services for children under three years of age. You can file a lawsuit, register a motor vehicle or receive driver’s license-related services, apply for a number of licenses and permits, and receive abstracts from public registers. Read more

EGOV4Ukraine team leader on importance of e-governance in Ukraine amidst pandemic

“The nation in a smartphone” has already become a reality, people in Ukraine are now joking sometimes. The involuntary self-isolation of millions of people has drastically increased the significance of the Internet and everything that can be done online, from information search and shopping to the handling of business matters or things involving interaction with public authorities. Read more