Portraits of Justice is a free exhibition created by innovative young people to understand and engage with legal services that can improve their lives, as well as creatively express what "justice" means for them.
A selection of portraits created by young people who have participated recently in facilitated workshops are being exhibited at Geelong Library & Heritage Centre from Friday 3 May through until 23 May.
The portraits will also be curated into a booklet about legal services in Geelong and aimed especially at young people, which can be distributed by legal, government and youth organisations in Geelong.
When you visit the exhibition you can vote for your favourite portrait, with the winner of the People's Choice to be announced at the launch event on Thursday 16 May from 6:00-7:30pm, during Law Week.
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