The name of the project is HRLAW, which is an acronym from official name “European Human Rights Law for Universities of Ukraine and Moldova” (reference number 573861-EPP-1-2016-1-EE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
This project is financed by the Erasmus+ programme, which aims to contribute to the Europe 2020 strategy for growth, jobs, social equity and inclusion, as well as the aims of ET2020, the EU's strategic framework for education and training. Erasmus+ also aims to promote the sustainable development of its partners in the field of higher education, and contribute to achieving the objectives of the EU Youth Strategy.
Organization of the project
- WP1: Establishment the Office of Student Ombudsman and introduction of the Code of Academic Integrity
- WP2: Development of case-oriented Human Rights curricula for master students
- WP3: Development of case-oriented Human Rights curricula for doctoral students
- WP4: Capacity building for Ukrainian and Moldavian tutors
- WP5: Quality Control Mechanism
- WP 6: Dissemination and Exploitation
- WP7: Project Management
Project goals and objectives
The wider objective of the HRLAW project is to enable Ukraine and Moldova to face the challenges of dealing with Human Rights policies in accordance with EU and international standards through capacity and institutional building measures.
Specific project objectives
- To establish the Offices of Student Ombudsman and to introduce the Code of Academic Integrity by September 2019;
- To introduce a case-oriented programme on Human Rights for master students in Ukrainian and Moldavian universities by September 2019;
- To introduce a case-oriented programme on Human Rights for doctoral students in Ukrainian and Moldavian universities by September 2019;
- To provide the mechanism for intensive capacity building measures for Ukrainian and Moldavian Law tutors by September 2019.
- Analyzed experience and best practice examples of the EU partners;
- Offices of Student Ombudsman (OSO) established at the PCUs within already existing relevant centers;
- 2 national code of academic integrity protocols developed and verified;
- Curricula & lecture books for 9 master modules for all 6 UA and MD universities developed;
- Case-oriented Human Rights curricula of 5 doctoral modules and lecture books for doctoral students are developed, verified and piloted;
- OSO equipped;
- Curricula + Lecture Books for 2 Lifelong Learning modules;
- The project website and OSOs web-sites developed;
- Two national funding maps, workplans developed;
- A quality plan developed, internal and external project evaluation performed.
- Dissemination & Sustainability Strategy developed and implemented.
- Project coordination, financial and operational management performed.