Lawyer Law Firm "Sofiya" Victoria Varenikova has participated in the VII International Institutions study visit 2012.
From 4 to March 16, 2012 the lawyer of the Law Firm "Sofiya" Victoria Varenikova has participated in the VII International Institutions study visit 2012, which was organized by the Center of International Law and Justice.
The participants got acquainted with the work of the International Criminal Court (The Hague, Netherlands), the International Court of Justice (The Hague, Netherlands), the European Parliament (Strasbourg, France).
Besides the above, the participants met with the judge of the European Court of Human Rights from Ukraine Ganna Yudkivska. During the meeting, the participants were discussing the problems of the Court, in particular, the extreme workload of the Court with the applications, including the applications from citizens of Ukraine, the level of observance of human rights in Ukraine and problems of implementation of the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights.
In the European parliament the participants listened to the lecture dedicated to the work of the European institutions, the structure of the parliament and the organization of its work. The participants had the opportunity to visit the European Parliament while its session.
This participation of V. Varyenikovoyi has become a good opportunity to increase her professional knowledge and to acquire new contacts.
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