The article explores the problem of a minority of women in science, focuses on theinfluence of gender stereotypes in choosing professions, gender and type of activity. It is notedthat women rarely become the subject of special philosophical research.The works of Aristotel were analyzed, his ideas on the organization of the policy and itscitizens, the statements of ancient thinkers about.
The article defines the role of public organizations in shaping the ideology ofmodernization of Ukrainian society. Analyzing the activity of modern civil society institutionsin the context of forming the ideology of modernization of the Ukrainian society, we haveidentified the following trends. Civil society institutions are actively involved in the formationof a state course aimed at solving current problems of the Ukrainian society.
The article describes the characteristics of NGOs, analyzes the compliance of existing national legislation on NGOs with the Recommendations of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to Member States on the legal status of non-governmental organizations in Europe 2007 No. CM/Rec (2007) 14, Fundamental principles for the status of nongovernmental organizations in 2002 and the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of 1950.
In the active phase of institutionalization of civil society institutions, the enhanced capacity of civil society and its role in the European integration processes of Ukraine, it is noteworthy that the analysis of civil control mechanisms in the context of execution by Ukraine of the Association Agreement is critical. The author structured the modern theoretical approaches to the understanding of civil society and substantiated the need for the active involvement of civil society in the implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU.
The article is devoted to problems of solving corruption as a phenomenon in the Ukrainian society and eliminate its causes. Also, given the conditions and forms of corruption offenses in Ukraine. The basic constituent elements of administrative and legal mechanism for combating corruption.
The issues of the public authority nature and content are analyzed, and the scientific approaches of this concept understanding are characterized in this scientific article. On the basis of this, the public power structure, features and the main implementation forms are clarified. In particular, attention is drawn to the correlation of socio-political, state and public authorities. The common and distinctive features are determined, in particular, the author draws attention on the nature of the exercise of such power, the subject structure and territory.
The article deals with the research on understanding the peculiarities of ensuring national sovereignty principle of implementation by public authorities in terms of democratic transformation and formation of new law and order based on the modern constitutionalism values. Legal awareness peculiarities in the post-soviet period and certain aspects of the legal mechanism of providing national sovereignty are analyzed by the author.
The article is devoted to the problems of the functional purpose of legal ideology. This article provides a comprehensive analysis of the main functions of this important social phenomenon. The role of legal ideology in shaping civil society and legal system. It has been found that the functions of legal ideology carry legal effect on social life by legal, moral, and psychological factors. The role of legal ideology in the legislative, economic, social and cultural processes. Revealed its necessity in the process of building an independent, democratic, social state ruled by law.
The main theoretical legal principles and prerequisites of the concept of civil society forming in the theoretical and legal thought, the current state of interaction between civil society and public authorities are examined. The problems facing towards the introduction and implementation of democratic values of civil society, and solutions through reasonable balance of interests of public authorities and civil society in Ukraine are analyzed.
This article explores the concept of legal values of civil society and its relationship with the legal consciousness of citizens and the democratic transformation. Such basic legal values as freedom, equality, justice, private property, protection of rights and freedoms of man and citizen are characterized. It analyzed the need for a clearly developed and rationalized democratic ideology as the foundation for the further development of legal values of civil society in Ukraine is analyzed.