Potsdam University hospitably hosted the First (Kick-Off) conference of the TRADIR-project from 9 to 13 March 2014.

This event was attended by representatives of the partner organizations: the University of Potsdam (project coordinator / Germany), Marie Skłodowska-Curie University (Poland), Vilnius University (Lithuania), Boleslawa Markowskiego High School of Commerce in Kielce (Poland), Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus), Hrodna State University named after Yanka Kupala (Belarus), Khmelnitsky University of Management and Law (Ukraine), Kharkov National University named after Vasyl Karazin (Ukraine), Lviv National University named after Ivan Franko (Ukraine), Belarusian Republican Union of Lawyers (NGO, Belarus).

The conference covered a wide range of issues, including presentation of the coordinator and partners, discussion of the content and the financial part of the project, its methodology and principles; project managers and logo were adopted, working groups were built, as well as the planned activities for 2014 were discussed. Useful part of the conference was a visit to the building of Reichstag, which houses the Bundestag - the lower house of the German Parliament.

Participants from Belarus and Ukraine also took the opportunity and attended Treptow Park in Berlin. During their free time the participants visited the famous summer residence of the Prussian King Frederick II - Sanssouci Park.

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A meeting of representatives of partner universities was held in the framework of TEMPUS project "Training on alternative dispute resolution as an approach for ensuring of human rights" at the University of Potsdam (Germany) during 2-6 June 2014. The purpose of the meeting was to get acquainted with the methods of preparation of masters and preliminary design of the structure of curriculum for Master course.

During the meeting the education plans for future master's program were discussed and agreed, as well as the content of the course books on alternative dispute resolution in the criminal process, of natural resources and labor relations, corporate and contract law, international business transactions (trade and economic relations), international commercial arbitration, mediation and mediation practices, the development of which will provide the educational process, were approved .

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In the framework of the TEMPUS-Project  "Training on alternative dispute resolution as an approach for ensuring of human rights" (TRADIR) the Law Faculty of the Hrodna State University hosted the First Progress-Seminar from 9 to 13 November 2014. 

The seminar was attended by representatives of the partners involved: University of Potsdam, Federal Republic of Germany (coordinator); Belarusian State University, Minsk, Republic of Belarus; Link Campus University, Rome, the Italian Republic; Vilnius University, Lithuania; Boleslawa Markowskiego High School of Commerce in Kielce, Poland; Lviv National University, Ukraine; Khmelnytsky University of Management and Law, Ukraine; Kharkiv Ntional University, Ukraine; Hrodna State University, Belarus. 

A meeting of the management of the Yanka Kupala State University of Hrodna with the participants was held on November 10, 2014. At the meeting with a welcoming speech and a presentation the university vice-rector for scientific work V. Barsukov held the floor. Head of the international project activities Y. Voytukevich provided to the participants information on the international project activity of YKSUG. The event was also attended by the head of project development sector I. Ledchankava and Head of the International Cooperation A. Minau. 

Professors from partner universities of the EU countries gave lectures to the participants of the seminar on alternative dispute resolution in foreign countries from 10 to 12 November 2014. After each presentation there were a discussions on the presented topics. Both sides exchanged views and shared experiences on alternative dispute resolution in civil procedure, criminal procedure, labor law and environmental law. 

During seminar the work on curricula and training programs for new master programms in the Republic of Belarus and Ukraine in the field of alternative dispute resolution was discussed taking into account the experience of the EU countries. 

An unforgettable experience for each seminar participant left the tour through the City of Hrodna, which was organized and hosted by the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Law, M. Kalatsey.

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From 14 to 28 April 2015 Kielce (Poland) held IT training in the field of e-learning in the framework of the Tempus project "Training on alternative dispute resolution as an approach for ensuring of human rights".

Participating in the event were representatives of the five universities of Belarus and Ukraine.

As part of the training participants gained experience with the system of distance learning Moodle and worked on important practical skills associated with this system. In addition to receiving e-learning opportunities the host university provided the participants a fascinating tour through the historic sites of the city.

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