Conference Scientific Publications Digest
May 22, in Poltava law Institute was held the III international scientific-practical conference “Legal fundamentals of guaranteeing and protection of the rights and freedoms of man and citizen.”
The co-organizers of the conference are the Poltava Institute of law National law University of Yaroslav the Wise, Scientific-research Institute of state building and local self-government national Academy of legal Sciences of Ukraine and the Association of graduates of the National law University of Yaroslav the Wise.
The conference was attended by about 170 participants from more than 30 universities and scientific institutions of Ukraine, Latvia, Poland, Russia and France.
The conference was opened by the Director of the Poltava law Institute of National law University of Yaroslav the Wise Natalya Gutorova, which stressed the importance of safeguarding and protecting the rights and freedoms of man and citizen and their particular significance at the present stage.
In the plenary session held a teleconference between Poltava law Institute and scientists from the National law University of Yaroslav the Wise. With a welcome speech by head of international law Department of the University of G. V. Buromenskiy. He stressed the importance of the legal fundamentals of guaranteeing and protection of the rights and freedoms of man and citizen in the modern world including in our country, especially in the context of the constitutional and legal reform in Ukraine.
The plenary reports were presented: associate Professor of theory and history of state and law, Poltava law Institute of the A. A. Garkusha, who described current trends in the development of the concept of human rights and drew attention to certain inconsistencies; guests from Latvia, associate Professor at the Riga graduate school of law I. Druviete, who shared the experience of reforms in the light of European integration processes and development of a democratic state in Latvia; associate Professor National defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Chernyakhovsky, A. L. Bacuna, which addressed issues of social and legal protection of certain categories of persons in the context of anti-terrorist operations and stressed the need for their solutions at the legislative level; teacher special Department № 2 of the Institute training to SBU Yurlov University, who spoke about the relationship of international human rights law and international humanitarian law in the context of the antiterrorist operation in Ukraine.
During plenary sessions and further work in sections, the participants, including students, actively participated in the discussion, exchanging points of view, led a lively discussion on topical issues of the rights of man and citizen.
The results of the conference were summarized at the final plenary session, which heard reports of the heads of the sections and awarded for the best papers in the sections of the conference.
All photos from the conference can be viewed.