House and TJAM reaffirm partnership in social projectsThe agencies reaffirmed, on Tuesday (10), at the headquarters of the Judiciary, commitments of agreements signed between the Powers.
The Municipality of Manaus (CMM) and Amazon Court (TJAM) they reaffirmed, on Tuesday (10), at the headquarters of the Judiciary, commitments of agreements signed between the Powers. The Mayor of Manaus (CMM), Councilman Wilker Barreto (PHS), has also made available the structure of the House to support the body in the psychosocial and transport service as strengthening partnerships.
"The Chamber remains available for building projects and combat the decrease in cases concerning the Maria da Penha Law with labor support and infrastructure and, Similarly, the continuity of the project A New Choice in resocialization of youth work ", said Wilker Barreto, adding that the House will have enough time to strengthen and continue this work.
The President of TJAM and governor, Judge Flavio Pascarelli, He stressed that the Legislature has been a partner in projects involving society, as the issue of violence against women and preventive action with the project 'A New Choice'. "There are two projects that responded positively and this renewal makes us proud. We also intend to continue these successful partnerships ", acrescentou Preview.
A federal judge Maria das Graças Figueiredo, who initiated the project 'A New Choice' by the CMM, He stressed that the visit of President of the legislature means more support to society, whereas the Municipal Parliament is closer to the community representing the aspirations of the population. "The agreements represent success and everyone needs to go hand in hand so that we can provide better horizons to those who need this support", He noted the chief judge.
In August last year, Wilker Barreto signed with the President of TJAM, Judge Flavio Pascarelli, the Technical Cooperation Agreement, where the Municipal Legislature gave ten servers in support of the audience task force focused on combating domestic violence against women. The action is aligned with the campaign 'Justice for peace at home', promoted nationally by the National Council of Justice (CNJ).
The initiative conducts instruction hearings and trial, giving speed to the processes that are motivated by gender crime, reinforcing what advocates the Maria da Penha Law (lei 11340/06), who created mechanisms to suppress violence against women, pursuant to § 8 of Article 226 of the Federal Constitution.
Already the 'A New Choice', signed in 2015, has trained 360 young. The project aims to empower adolescents in socially vulnerable and are in conflict with the law, by offering courses that provide technical and vocational training.
The 'A New Choice' had national recognition by winning the 'Traditional Learning' award in the cultural competition of the Association of Legislative and Accounts Schools (Abel) in the category of Best Project in the Legislative Education " – edition 2016 and will now be entered in Innovare Prize to compete with the best practices of the year.