READING OPENS DOORS – Roraima Court of Justice promotes comic book fundraising campaign

READING OPENS DOORS – Roraima Court of Justice promotes comic book fundraising campaign
READING OPENS DOORS – Roraima Court of Justice promotes comic book fundraising campaign
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In order to promote culture and encourage reading among young people and teenagers who comply with socio-educational measures, the Court of Justice of Roraima (TJRR), promotes a solidarity campaign to collect comic books and comic books (comics), until the 19th of April. The action takes place through the TJRR Open Doors Reading Program.

The fundraising campaign is open to donations of comic books and manga featuring different characters, as long as they are suitable for a teenage audience, as explained by the librarian of the Judiciary Branch, Madrice Cunha.

“Comic books and comics are more than just entertainment. They are important tools for education and personal development. By providing access to this type of material, we are offering teenagers in conflict with the law the opportunity to be inspired for new beginnings. These stories they awaken the imagination, promote reflection on ethical and moral values, and encourage the development of empathy and resilience”, highlighted the TJRR librarian.

Copies can be delivered to the TJRR Judicial Library, located at the Luiz Rosalvo Indrusiak Fin Administrative Headquarters, located at Avenida Ene Garcez, nº 1696, São Francisco, Boa Vista – RR. In addition, collection points were distributed at the reception of the Palace of Justice, Civil Forum Lawyer Sobral Pinto and the Criminal Forum Minister Evandro Lins e Silva.

For further information, contact details are available: (95) 3198-2842 or via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The article is in Portuguese

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