Today, Lithuanian and Austrian experts advise on how to ensure the fulfilment of Ombudsperson’s recommendations. The presented studies will help the Office of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights to improve the procedures of elimination of detected human rights violations, control over fulfilment of Ombudsperson’s recommendations and response to the Ombudsperson’s acts of submission.
Ukrainian Law prohibits discrimination in job advertisements based on sex, age, disability, place of residence and race among other things. EU Twinning Ombudsman project speaks out to employers and employees on how to avoid discrimination and how to protect violated rights. In order to promote equal conditions on the labour market, Lithuanian and Austrian experts
The third out of four planned study visits took place, giving the opportunity for Ukrainian human rights specialists to learn EU best practice. With full financial support from the EU, 10 representatives of the Secretariat of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights studied the Croatian experience on the use of instruments for human rights
On 24 January the EU experts from Lithuanian and Austrian human rights-related institutions presented the newly developed toolkit to ensure better monitoring and prevention of human rights violations. New methodologies and guidelines are designed to increase the efficiency of human rights monitoring in the areas of personal data protection, access to public information and antidiscrimination.
Representatives of the Ombudsman office of Ukraine see mediation as a tool with great potential for preventing conflict escalation and finding win-win solutions. This week in Austria 10 Ukrainian specialists collect experience on how to improve the quality and implementation of recommendations of the Ombudsman. Study visit is organised in the framework of the EU-funded
EU recommends changes to human right protection in Ukraine so that the Ombudsman’s decisions are implemented more quickly, more effectively and without involving judicial authorities.
EU recommends changes to human right protection in Ukraine so that the Ombudsman’s decisions are implemented more quickly, more effectively and without involving judicial authorities. The EU-funded Twinning Ombudsman project aims to improve legislation protecting human rights and the Ombudsman’s role. Experts from Lithuania and Austria provide consulting to Ukraine’s Ombudsman Office. https://www.facebook.com/EUDelegationUkraine/posts/1693153134062641
STRENGTHENING THE UKRAINIAN OMBUDSPERSON INSTITUTION: RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING CHANGES TO THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK GOVERNING THE ACTIVITIES OF THE OMBUDSPERSON Lithuanian and Austrian experts presented recommendations regarding changes to the legal framework governing the activities of the Ombudsperson. Recommendations aim at improving the national regulatory and legal frameworks taking as an example best EU practices
The first results aimed at strengthening the Ukrainian Ombudsman institution were presented during the 2nd SCM of the EU Twinning Project held on 23 June, 2017. Lithuanian and Austrian experts highlighted findings of the Comparative Analysis of national and European legislation concerning the activities of the Ombudsperson; the Comparative analysis of the methodologies and procedures