From October 26 to 28, 2021, prosecutors improved their professional practical skills in assessing the sufficiency of evidence to prove charges in court, practiced the skills of appearing in court with introductory and indictment speeches and improved the skills of direct and cross-examination, which, in turn, will facilitate quality support of public prosecution in court.
The training course was designed to expand the professional knowledge of prosecutors in the field of communication with the media community, taking into account the components of journalistic competence and the thematic background of any criminal proceedings.
The program of this course includes three trainings: “Evidences in criminal proceedings”, “Public prosecution, or How to effectively exercise the powers of the prosecutor in court”, “Communication with the media”, each of which includes a series of short informational and analytical statements, practical tasks, case studies, group discussions and presentations.
Nataliia Marchuk – Judge of the Supreme Court;
Stanislav Petrenko – Prosecutor of the Podolsk district prosecutor’s office of the city of Kyiv;
Olena Polehenka – Prosecutor of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine;
Olena Shvydka – Prosecutor of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine;
Oleksandr Mashkov – attorney;
Oleksii Ananov – journalist and media expert;
Tetiana Sapian – journalist and media expert.