SUTE postgraduate students and teachers participated in the First International School for Young ScientistsGeneral Information
On July 3-9, 2022, SUTE lecturers and postgraduates (J. Kovalenko, EP 081 "Law"; V. Skibenko, EP 081 "Law"; A. Shkrebtienko, EP 293 "International Law"; A. Korohod, EP 292 "International Economic Relations") participated in the First International Summer School for young scientists "Citizenship under Fire: Practices of Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe in the Times of Conflict" held with the support of the University of Rzeszów, University of Leipzig and the Heinrich Böll Foundation Office in Warsaw.
Participants of the summer school discussed modern citizenship practices in European countries, their legal foundations, political, social and economic implications, as well as peculiarities of their implementation in the context of the war in Ukraine. Special attention was paid to the institute of digital citizenship, guarantees of rights and freedoms of forced migrants, mechanisms of their legal protection and economic support, problematic issues of formation and implementation of the EU migration policy.
During the event, SUTE postgraduate students presented the main points and results of their dissertation research to foreign scientists. The positive feedback from Polish, Slovak and German academics has shown the high quality and effectiveness of the PhD training at SUTE.
Associate Professor of the Department of Administrative, Financial and Information Law Hurzhiy A.V. made a presentation "Refugee Crisis from Ukraine and EU Migration Policy" and noted the importance of deepening partnerships between SUTE and foreign higher education institutions towards internationalisation of educational programmes, development of academic mobility and joint non-formal education activities.