Open Lesson
Director: Nataliia Mashtaler
Country: Ukraine
Year of production: 2012
Duration: 14 min
Subject:
  • Educational rights
  • Philosophy of Human Rights
Audience:
  • Employees of penitentiary system
  • Activists / NGOs
  • Institutions of the state penitentiary system of Ukraine
  • Government officials
  • Journalists
  • Students

How does our police appear to you? Domineering, harsh, self-satisfied, and even cruel. But have you seen the guardians of order bewildered, confused and insecure? How our law enforcement officers prepared for Euro 2012 and what lessons have they received? This is what our film about.

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Natalia Mashtaler
Mashtaler (Yegorova) Natalia Oleksandrivna, born in Vinnytsia (Ukraine). She worked as a teacher for 5 years in secondary school № 9. Since 1997 she worked at the Vinnytsia state television and radio company as a journalist, then editor and director.
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