Kateryna Skuibida is a future lawyer and a coordinator of the Defense Legal Clinic where she provides free legal assistance to people and coordinates the organization of legal education activities for schoolchildren. In the professional sphere, her main interest is the implementation of international law in Ukraine. Based on her specialization in pre-trial investigation, she is also interested in international law enforcement cooperation, the interaction between Interpol and Europol, extradition and international organized crime. Kateryna is convinced that values, direction and openness are basic things that need to be instilled in the education of young people. After all, they are the ones who will face the world’s problems, and awareness of cooperation and modern European coping mechanisms will be the key to building strong interethnic relations and the beginning of real reform of the Ukrainian community. Regular participation in training, symposiums and lectures aimed at sharing knowledge and experience in different areas allows one to be among people inspired by a common goal and have an opportunity to present information so that it would resonate with each person.
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