Museum will open exhibition on 20 years of Itinerant Justice

Museum will open exhibition on 20 years of Itinerant Justice
Museum will open exhibition on 20 years of Itinerant Justice

In 2004, the Court of Justice of Rio de Janeiro (TJ-RJ) implemented a new form of judicial provision, with joint work between judges, prosecutors and defenders. In celebration of 20 years of Itinerant Justice, the Justice Museum will open an exhibition this Tuesday (2), at 4pm.

The exhibition will present the work developed by the TJ-RJ Itinerant Justice over the last 20 years, highlight the project as a facilitator of access to justice, remember the main historical milestones and raise awareness about the importance of the Judiciary’s role in ensuring the fundamental rights of citizens.

Efforts to expand and democratize access to Justice are the result of the 1988 Constitution, especially with the publication of Amendment nº 45 of December 2004, which determined the creation of the Itinerant Justice.

This model, already consolidated, allowed people in extremely vulnerable situations access to Justice and the State. For two decades, the project has worked uninterruptedly to guarantee access to justice and strengthen citizenship, especially for those most in need.

Itinerant Justice: 20 Years
April 2nd, 4pm
Visitation: Monday to Friday, 11am to 5pm
Local: Rio de Janeiro Justice Museum
Address: Rua Dom Manuel, nº 29, Center of Rio de Janeiro

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