On September 16-17, 2019, a seminar was held within the framework of the project “Strengthening Democratic Control over the Armed Forces of Ukraine”, implemented by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine and the OSCE Project Coordinator in Ukraine.
The “Multinational Staff Officer Course” is underway at the Education and Research Center for International Peacekeeping of the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi, which is designed to study NATO operational planning process, to prepare staff officers to participate in international peacekeeping and peace support operations, and in multinational command post and live exercises.
The UN Military Observer Course, which includes theoretical and practical training in accordance with the standards of the UN Peacekeeping Operations Department, is ongoing at the Education and Research Center for International Peacekeeping of the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi. Currently, 21 officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are undergoing training.
As a part of the basic module of the operational level master's program, the classes on the basis of using the ADL platform of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and means of the simulation were held at the university.
University hosted a working meeting between the leadership of the educational establishment and representatives of the office of defense cooperation at the US Embassy in Ukraine
National Defenсe University of Ukraine hosted a working meeting between the leadership of the educational establishment and representatives of the office of defense cooperation at the US Embassy in Ukraine, headed by Colonel Daniel Miller. The high level advisers Major Pantoja and Major Page were present at the meeting. During the meeting, the Deputy Chief NDU for Academic Affairs Major-General Serhii Salkutsan informed the delegation about the structure, tasks and prospects of development of the university's educational activities.
The ICRC representatives conducted the classes on compliance with the norms of International Humanitarian Law
The special training course for brigade commanding and staff officers of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine continues at the University. The visit of Representatives of the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) to the Simulation Center has occurred during this course. The main goal of the visit was to provide the consultations to the brigade officers on issues of the International Humanitarian Law norms during combat operations.
2-5, September 2019 on the base of Operational Support and Logistics Institute of the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi officers of logistics are taking part in the LOGFAS User Training Course.
Presentation of “Philosophy of Law. European paradigms of jurisprudence” textbook edited by Alexander Haidulin
On August 29, 2019, a presentation of “Philosophy of Law. European Paradigms of Law” the textbook prepared and published by Alexander Haidulin, Candidate of Law, Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor, Professor at the Department of Legal Support of the Humanitarian Institute.
Students of the Educational-Scientific Institute of Physical Culture and Sports and Health Technologies of the University took the Military Oath
The common desire of these young people is to change ordinary clothes into uniforms, to move to another city, to meet new people, to find new friends, to take responsibility and to feel like a realman.
The Workshop for representatives of security and defence sector educational institutions on integrating the gender component into education programs
Within the framework of the implementation of the gender policy of Ukraine, the Government Office for Coordination of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration and the Office of the United Nations Women in Ukraine organized a workshop for representatives of educational institutions of the security and defence sector on integrating the gender component into the curricula on August 27-28. The event was moderated by the Government Ombudswoman of Ukraine Kateryna Levchenko.