Turin: Conference for Justice and the Turin Justice Association are Set Up



On 7 February 2011, at the Region of Piedmont’s building in Turin, an Agreement was signed setting up a Conference for Justice and the Associazione Torino Giustizia [Turin Justice Association].

The document was signed by the Ministry for the Public Service and Innovation, the Ministry of Justice, the Region of Piedmont, the Province of Turin, the Municipality of Turin, the Court of Turin, the Industrial Union of Turin, the Chamber of Commerce of Turin, the Company of San Paolo, the C.R.T. Foundation, Intesa Sanpaolo SpA, Unicredit SpA, the Faculty of Law of the University of Turin, the Order of Lawyers of Turin, the Order of Chartered Accountants of Turin and the Notarial Council of the United Districts of Turin and Pinerolo.

The agreement commits the parties to set up a “Conference for Justice” to develop the strategies and solutions necessary to ensure the proper functioning of justice and to promote the development of the services involved; to strengthen the forms of protection and defence of the rights of citizens, of families, of minors, of businesses and professionals; the simplification of procedures for obtaining information; access to and use of justice-related services including through the involvement of and partnership with other public administration bodies within the City of Turin.

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