Opening of plenary session of third (extraordinary) session of Nizhyn regional council of VI convocation
Residents of Nizhyn region will receive system free legal aid for the next three years. On January 26, 2016 in the Small Hall of the Executive Committee the second meeting of the third (extraordinary) session of Nizhyn regional council of the VII convocation took place.
The head of regional council Oleg Buzun presided over plenary session. The head of department of interaction with subjects of providing primary legal aid of Nizhyn local center for free secondary legal aid Olena Ivanova told participants about the main objectives of the Program of providing free legal aid to the population of Nizhyn region for 2016 - 2018. Also she paid attention to the need of the solution of questions on providing free legal aid, namely: providing equal opportunities for access to legal aid to inhabitants of the remote settlements of Nizhyn region, improvement of legal awareness of members of territorial communities, increase of level of trust and positive image of authorities, CSOs. Deputies of Nizhyn regional council of the VII convocation voted for adoption and introduction of the Program.
Deputies of regional council, the deputy of the Chernihiv regional council Valery Gavrylenko, the head of RSA Viacheslav Ivashyn, the first deputy chairman of RSA Serhiy Batrak, the vice-chairman of regional council Natalya Berezka, settlement and village chairmen of territorial communities of the region, heads of departments, heads of organizations, employees of the executive office of regional council and RSA, representatives of mass media and other were invited to attend the plenary session.
- In Perechyn program on providing free legal aid adopted
- Cooperation of legal aid providers: kid will receive support from state
- Effective model of legal aid will be implemented in cities of Donetsk
- Integration of primary and secondary legal aid: new level of cooperation between authorities and community in Bilozerka district
- Coalitions of legal aid providers: first results