On May 19, 2021, the Faculty of Sociology and Law held a round table addressing the 25th anniversary of the Constitution of Ukraine. Head of the Department of Psychology and Pedagogy of the FSL, Nataliia Volianiuk, organized the event.
The FSP departments of Psychology and Pedagogy, Economic and Administrative Law Philosophy, Sociology, History, Public Law, Theory and Practice of Management, students, and postgraduate students participated in the discussion.
The round table covered the following topics:
🔹 Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor at the Department of History, Head of the Scientific and Organization Department of the Legislation Institute of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ivan Myshchak presented a report “Protection of human rights and freedoms: reception of the norms of the Constitution of the Ukrainian People's Republic in the Constitution of Ukraine”.
🔹 Doctor of Philosophy, Professor at the Department of Philosophy Maryna Prepotenska delivered a report “Philosophy of freedom as the basis of constitutional norms”.
🔹 Candidate of Juridical Sciences (Ph.D.) at the Department of Economic and Administrative Law Svitlana Podoliak made a report on the topic: “Legal entities as subjects of the constitutional right to free enterprise”.
🔹 Candidate of Juridical Sciences (Ph.D.), Associate Professor at the Department of Public Law Ihor Shumak spoke about “Constitutional regulation of digital rights and freedoms of citizens of Ukraine”.
🔹 a postgraduate student of the Department of Psychology and Pedagogy Oleh Rybalchenko presented the report “Constitutional guarantees of personal security”.