Human rights and freedoms: from theory to practice – student participation in a creative competition!

🇺🇸 As part of the project “Formation of a culture of consensual conflict resolution as a way to achieve justice in Ukrainian society”, which is implemented by the “Ukrainian Mediation Academy” with the support of the American people, provided by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) within the USAID Program “Justice for of all” – USAID Justice for All Activity held a creative student competition “My rights: I know, use, protect”, the purpose of which is to draw the attention of the student community to human rights.

🎨To participate in the competition, it was necessary to create an original drawing, photo, collage or poster, in which to reflect your vision of problems and mechanisms of human rights protection. As part of the study discipline “Human Rights and Freedoms”, 3rd-year students of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics showed great interest and creativity in the study of human and citizen rights.

🧑‍🎨💻Students of the KP-11 group Bodakva Kyryl, Anastasiia Zholobitska, Kyrylo Zdorovenko, Oleksandra Kyrylchuk, Dmytro Kucherenko, Serhii Kucherenko, Maznyi Stepan and Nebesna Anna, used their technical skills to participate in the Creative Competition and presented their own original works. dedicated to human rights.

🔥In addition, it should be noted that the 3rd year students of the Faculty of Sociology and Law (SP-14 group) Maryna Davydenko, Alina Romanenko, Ivanna Skulinets and Viktoria Stadnyk, who with their collective work at the Competition demonstrated not only their technical skills, but also reflected their understanding of human rights in the context of modern realities.

✅The rapid development of technologies and the information society, individualistic orientation, the search for effective means of ensuring and protecting human rights confirms the growing role of an interdisciplinary approach to the study of educational disciplines and innovative solutions.

💙The holding of contests of this format and the active participation of students, moreover, of various specialties, characterizes the increase in the level of legal awareness and the formation of a civic position among young people.

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