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dc.contributor.authorNalyvaiko, L.-
dc.contributor.authorOliinyk, V.-
dc.contributor.authorНаливайко, Л.Р.-
dc.contributor.authorОлійник, В.М.-
dc.identifier.citationNalyvaiko L., Oliinyk V. Practice of foreign countries in the interaction of judicial authorities and civil society institutions / L. Nalyvaiko, V. Oliinyk // Журнал східноєвропейського права. – 2017. – № 43. – С. 4-11.uk_UA
dc.identifier.otherUDC 342.56 (1-69)-
dc.description.abstractУ дослідженні проаналізовано зарубіжний досвід взаємодії органів судової влади та інститутів громадянського суспільства. Вказується, що до ефективних засобів здійснення соціального контролю громадянського суспільства за діяльністю носіїв судової влади слід віднести не лише декларування доходів, а й витрат. Зроблено висновок, що журналісти не завжди обізнані із специфічними правилами висвітлення судової проблематики та про брак в українських медіа журналістів, які б мали належну кваліфікацію та знання, потрібні для висвітлення судової тематики.uk_UA
dc.description.abstractThe study analyzed the foreign experience of the interaction of judicial authorities and civil society institutions. It is noted that effective means of exercising social control of civil society for the activities of the judiciary should include not only declaration of incomes, but also expenses. After all, a person who holds office in a judiciary must understand the need for self-restraint of certain of his rights, which is conditioned precisely on the publicity of his office, and he must consider himself a highly-qualified representative of the citizen, a protector of their interest to live under the protection of legal safeguards. It is concluded that journalists are not always familiar with the specific rules of coverage of the judicial issues and the Ukrainian media lacks journalists who would have the proper qualifications and knowledge needed for covering judicial issues. In view of this, it would be appropriate to develop Rules for work of photography and filming, television, video, audio and other electronic media in the courtrooms. The authors proposed their possible structure: 1. General; 2. Rights and duties of journalists; 3. The rights and duties of a judge-speaker, a spokesperson or other person acting as interlocutor for providing media relations; 4. Access to court premises; 5. Access to court sessions; 6. Photography and video shooting in the courtroom; 7. Other issues of fixing information, holding photography and video shooting outside court and in court corridors; 8. Photographing and video shooting outside the court session. It is noted that the increase of the effectiveness of cooperation between the judiciary and civil society institutions is facilitated by monitoring judicial processes, the practice of which exists, in particular, in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, etc.-
dc.publisherВНЗ «Університет сучасних знань»uk_UA
dc.subjectгромадянське суспільствоuk_UA
dc.subjectЄвропейський суд з прав людиниuk_UA
dc.subjectоргани судової владиuk_UA
dc.subjectправова державаuk_UA
dc.subjectмоніторинги судових процесівuk_UA
dc.subjectEuropean Court of Human Rightsuk_UA
dc.subjectcivil societyuk_UA
dc.subjectjudicial authoritiesuk_UA
dc.subjectrule of lawuk_UA
dc.subjectmonitoring of court proceedingsuk_UA
dc.titlePractice of Foreign Countries in the Interaction of Judicial Authorities and Civil Society Institutionsuk_UA
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