On April 3, EUBAM delivered a lecture on ‘EU best practices in fighting organised crime’. During the lecture students had an opportunity to learn more about the types of criminal groups and the methods of fighting organized crime used by international law-enforcement agencies. Piotr Bartoszek, EUBAM Organized Crime Investigation Specialist, also talked about the role of EUBAM in supporting Moldovan and Ukrainian law-enforcement agencies in this area.
‘It was a very interesting lecture which stirred up an active discussion during which we tried to find the best solution to resolve the problem of organized crime in Ukraine’, said Yuliya Sapiga, the participant of the event.
The EU Study Days is an education project initiated by the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine. It provides an opportunity for Ukrainian university students and graduates to gain deeper and wider knowledge about the European Union and EU-Ukraine relations from key experts in the field and from different viewpoints. The project also facilitates the establishment of a network of young Ukrainians who will be able to share their experiences and implement joint initiatives in the future.