Aspen Institute Kyiv starts the selection of participants for the 9th “Justice, Law and Society” seminar

The selection of participants for the ninth “Justice, Law and Society” seminar has started. The event will take place from 3rd to 7th of November 2021 in the Dnipro region. Application submission is due to the 20th of September 2021 via the link: Справедливість, закон і суспільство | Aspen Institute Kyiv

Aspen Institute Kyiv invites professionals from the spheres of jurisprudence, governance, and human rights protection, journalists, and scientists with active civil positions who are leaders in their spheres. 

The seminar provides a platform for impartial leadership dialogue. Already 151 alumni have got the experience of discussing and comprehending important philosophical categories of justice, law, and morality. During the seminar, the participants have the opportunity to get a deeper understanding of their professional duty, and the mission of the legal community.  

The participants of the seminar will take part in moderated dialogues with elements of the Socratic method together they will read and discuss fragments of works of classical and modern philosophers, share thoughts and experiences. 

Main subjects of the seminar the idea of justice, law and rights, the essence and purpose of the state. The participants will also have the opportunity to discuss the role and responsibilities of social leaders in the development of legal culture, legal awareness and just social relations. 

Participation in the seminar is free. The selection will be based on a competitive basis.  

It is already the ninth “Justice, Law, and Society” seminar organized by Aspen Institute Kyiv. We are convinced that dialogue has a big impact on the development of a legal state and a good society. For that reason Aspen Institute Kyiv unites leaders who influence the reforming of the legal system for the comprehension of challenges they daily face and for the search of ways to overcome them. – states Olena Fomina, the director of the “Justice, Law and Society” program.