Venice and the Justice
Reading and official closing appointment of Venezia Rivelata (project)
After the event "Being Venice" in St. Marks Square, the writer Alberto Toso Fei will tell ancient stories regarding the laws that Venice has issued in the course of its history: the abolition of the slave trade (the first state in the world to do it, in 960); the regulations on child labor, in force since the end of the fourteenth century to protect children and girls; the recognition of intellectual property, with the creation of the first "copyright " in history; the laws enacted to protect women's rights.
Being Venice 6-7.30 p.m. Saint Mark’s square: big collective performance
From 8 pm Pescheria di Rialto: Reading and official closing appointment “Venice and the Justice”