School of Legal Knowledge classes for Roma held in Tula Region
On July 26, Commissioner for Human Rights in Tula Region Galina Fomina held the first School of Legal Knowledge open seminar in Kosaya Gora village where Roma reside. The representatives of Tula Region Administration and law enforcement agencies took part in the meeting.
The issues of ensuring the constitutional rights and liberties, as well as the property rights became the main topics discussed. The Commissioner paid attention to the need of law compliance, and answered the questions of the listeners. Eight classes are planned to be conducted.
The School of Legal Knowledge project has been being successfully implemented in Tula Region since 2014. Improving the legal literacy of the population is the main aim of the project. In total, more than 300 people have become the school’s listeners.
Adapted from the Press Service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in Tula Region