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Ministry of Justice announces educational project 'I Have A Right'
16:13, 8 June 2017
Ministry of Justice announces educational project 'I Have A Right'

More than 72% of Ukrainians are not informed enough with their rights and ways to protect them

16:13, 8 June 2017

RBC-Ukraine

The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine will implement the Ukrainian educational project I have a right in 2017 to increase the level of awareness of the Ukrainians of their rights and the ways of the active protection. Pavlo Petrenko, the Minister of Justice reported this during the briefing on June 7. Ukrinform reported this.

'The team of the Ministry of Justice with its partners USAID from the American government begins the national project I have a right. The core and the meaning of this project is to teach the Ukrainians their rights that are guaranteed by the Constitution, laws and by birth', Petrenko claimed. 

The minister emphasized that according to the sociological studies, more than 72% of the citizens of Ukraine need the knowledge of their rights, how to protect them and implement. I have a right is the interactive project that will involve the local community, non-profit organizations and task groups. 

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