Security of the educational process in Ukraine in today’s conditions: analytical and legal research
More details
Hide details
Department of Criminal Law and Criminology of the Donetsk State University of Internal Affairse
Publication date: 2023-10-31
Cybersecurity and Law 2023;10(2):221-248
The issue of the safety of the educational process is not new for society, but it becomes especially relevant when one or another region falls into a zone of conflict, military aggression, or occupation. That is, when the possibilities of providing basic human needs, even at the elementary level, are violated, in particular, due to external factors, such as the unpredictability of security factors, taking into account the aggressive policy of a neighboring state. On October 29, 2021, the UN Security Council adopted resolution 2601 (2021), which strongly condemns attacks on schools, children and teachers and, in fact, for the first time, focuses directly on the link between education and peace and security. Resolution 2601 (2021) emphasizes the invaluable role that education plays for individuals and society, particularly as a vital safe space. They noted that the provision, protection and promotion of continuing education during armed conflict must remain a key priority for the international community.
Dzhurylo A., Hlushko O., Shparyk O., Innovative approaches to formulation and development of soft skills of secondary school students in the context of Ukraine’s integration into the European education area, „Education: Modern Discourses” 2021, no. 4.
Hlushko O., Strategic and legislative levels of reforming the content of school education on the basis of competence in EU countries, „Ukrainian Pedagogical Journal” 2022, no. 4.
Integration into the European educational space: achievements, problems, prospects: Monograph, ed. F.G. Vaschuk, Uzhgorod 2011.
Lokshina O., Ensuring the quality of higher education in the conditions of the Europeanization of Ukraine, „Continuous professional education: theory and practice” 2018, no. 3–4.
Lokshina O., European reference framework of key competences for lifelong learning: updated vision of 2018, „Ukrainian Pedagogical Journal” 2019, no. 3.
Lokshina O., Open education in the European space: development strategy, „Pedagogical sciences: theory, history, innovative technologies” 2018, no. 2.
Lokshina O., Strategic orientations of international organizations in the field of education, „Ukrainian Pedagogical Magazine” 2019, no. 2.
Palaščáková D., Antošová M., The potential of tertiary education and its influence on regional development of Slovakia. International scientific bulletin: a collection of scientific articles based on the materials of the XXVII International Scientific and Practical Conference, Uzhhorod–Budapest, November 26–29, 2013, ed. number V.I. Smolanka (head), I.V. Artyomov and.
others, Uzhgorod 2014, no. 8 (27).
Pukhovska L., Theoretical foundation of vocational education and training in EU countries, „Education: Modern Discourses” 2018, no. 1.
Shparyk O., Hlushko O., Dzhurylo A., EU support for the integration of Ukrainian children and youth in the education system of member states in the conditions of the Russian Federation’s war against Ukraine: strategic guidelines and successful practices, „Ukrainian Pedagogical Journal” 2022 no. 3.
The European area of higher education: parameters of quality and expertise: study guide, ed. S.O. Sysoeva, Kyiv 2020.
The strategy of European cooperation in the field of education and training in 2021–2030 as a European integration reference point for Ukrainian education, „Ukrainian Pedagogical Journal” 2022, no. 4.
Tushi B., Rushiti A., European coopperation on education and training: et 2020 strategy. Knowledge, „International Journal” 2017, vol. 16, no. 4.
Journals System - logo
Scroll to top