Next Tuesday will take place in France the national day of access to the law. In Saint-Martin, the day will be organized by the departmental center for access to law in partnership with the association Trait d'Union France Victimes and the CCISM. It will take place at the CCISM from 8:30 a.m. to 17:30 p.m.
The objective of this event is to make citizens aware of access to law and its major players. Two themes have been selected locally: conjugal-intra-family violence and undeclared work.
The morning will be devoted to the first theme with at 9 a.m. a reminder of the law on violence committed within a family home, at 30 a.m. a conference on the means of protection for victims, at 10 a.m. another conference on the cycle of violence and the phenomena of influence. At 30:11 p.m. a round table on this theme will be organized and during which the public will be invited to participate by asking questions.
The afternoon will be dedicated to the theme of concealed work: what is concealed work, what is the repression, how to fight against it, so many questions to which legal professionals will answer and discuss with the public.
Note that the day will begin with a round table on the theme of restorative justice with the criminologist and president of the French institute for restorative justice, Robert Cario. From 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., he will present what these measures consist of and how they can be beneficial to litigants and victims (read our previous edition).
Finally, on Wednesday 25 May, an Open Day will be organized at the CCISM, during which the public will be able to come and talk to lawyers and other legal professionals free of charge. (soualigapost.com)
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