The Third Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Conference “Ukraine and the European Union: Path to Sustainable Development” held

18-11-2019, 12:15

Conference organizers:  Yaroslav Mudriy National Law University,  Institute of International Relations Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Scientific and Research Institute of State Building and Self-Government of National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine.

The Conference was attended by researchers, post graduate students and students of Yaroslav Mudriy National Law University, Institute of International Relations Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Scientific and Research Institute of State Building and Self-Government of National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine. Representatives of Austria, Belarus, the Netherlands, Slovakia and the Russian Federation were among the students of the IIR.

The working language of the event was English.

The Conference was devoted to a wide range of issues related to the various problems of contemporary International Law, European Union Law, national law of European states in the age of globalization etc.

The participants were greeted by the Vice-Rector on Scientific Activity of the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Member of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine, Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor, Hetman Anatoliy Pavlovich, who noted that the future of the modern world and, in particular, the achievement of 17 Global Sustainable Development Goals, which were proclaimed by 193 leaders of the world in the UN on September 25, 2015, depend largely on regional cooperation. Ukraine and the EU face many challenges, aimed at addressing various issues related to the welfare of society, ensuring peace and security, achievement of high democratic standards etc. Such cooperation is even more important in terms of the implementation of the Association Agreement between our country and the EU. Therefore, holding such conferences is of great scientific and practical importance.

 

During the conference, reports were made by: D.Boychuk – «Subject composition of International Law: probable ways of development», І.Roianova – «Сomparative analysis of demilitarized and neutralized territories», Y.Holik – «Іnternational cooperation in aviation cybersecurity: the European Union perspective», D.Kosinova – «Approaches to the classification of franchise», student of International Law Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University A.Gliebova – «Gender equality: prospects for the implementation of EU Law and legal practice in Ukraine», L.Nahorna – «Convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction: its application in Ukraine» and other.

A summary of the articles and reports will be published following the Conference.