This publication was prepared and published within the framework of OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine’s
“Safeguarding Human Rights through Courts” project, implemented with the financial support from Global Affairs
Canada jointly with the NGO Centre of Policy and Legal Reform.

Authors: R. Kuibida (science editor), M. Sereda (editor, data processing), О. Banchuk, М. Borshch, D. Kalmykov, V. Razik,
R. Sukhostavets.
Monitors: М. Abramov, Y. Azarina, І. Alekseyeva, О Banchuk, М. Borshch, R. Bochkar, М. Vlasov, Y. Zdorovtsov,
А. Zelinskiy, V. Ilchyshyna, D. Kalmykov, V. Koretska, V. Kravets, А. Kuvshynchikova, N. Lavrenchuk, О. Motyliuk,
І. Mukomela, T. Nazarenko, А. Paliy, V. Pletenko, Y. Polyekhina, V. Razik, М. Sereda, R. Sukhostavets, О. Tanenok,
S. Tereshchuk, H. Tybinka, О. Fomichiov, D. Shumar. 

This publication presents the findings of the first large-scale trial monitoring programme in Ukraine, implemented
in 2017 by the NGO Centre of Policy and Legal Reform with support of the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine.
The findings of this monitoring may be used in the future to evaluate the progress of judicial reform in Ukraine.

All rights reserved. The content of this publication may be copied and used free of charge on condition of referencing the
data source.
The views, opinions, conclusions and other information expressed in this document are not given nor necessarily endorsed
by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) unless the OSCE is explicitly defined as the Author of this
© OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine, 2018.
© Centre of Policy and Legal Reform, 2018.

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