Sejusc reactive Outpost Humanized Care Migrante Itacoatiara

The station will operate from Monday to Friday, from 8h to 17h in the city's bus terminal.
28/06/2016 12h07 - Updated 28/06/2016 12h07
Photo: Press Release / Sejusc

The Government of Amazonas, through the Department of Justice, Human Rights and Citizenship (Sejusc), It reopened last week, in Itacoatiara, distant 267 kilometers from Manaus, the Outpost Humanized Care for Migrants.

The station will operate from tomorrow (29), in partnership with Itacoatiara City Hall and City Council of the Human Rights, from Monday to Friday, from 8h to 17h in the city's bus terminal.

In addition to meeting the migrant who comes to Itacoatiara, the site may receive complaint on trafficking in persons and necessary referrals to victims of such crime. "This post, example of Manacapuru, Opened last week, It was not working. And today we give a room equipped to receive people, or with specific service or to inform on the rights of migrants and human trafficking ", explains the holder Sejusc, grace Prola.

In the morning, technicians who will act in the post, human rights advisers Itacoatiara and guests attended various lectures and discussions on topics relevant to the post. "Two days of training, both to improve service in the post, and to inform the participants on human rights, trafficking in persons, women's rights and legal rights of migrants ", informs the coordinator of the State Reference Center for Human Rights, Cristiano Chíxaro.

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