The 14th Region Labor Court, which covers the states of Rondônia and Acre, held its first metaverse event on Monday (6/6). The experience took place at the 1st Labor Court in Ji-Paraná (RO), which debuted its space in the virtual world with a special calendar of events, as part of the Week of Fighting Child Labor .
The judicial unit, a pioneer in the creation of the Virtual Counter in the Judiciary, now joins the VT of Colíder (MT), becoming the second Brazilian labor court to position itself in this virtual universe. The dive is part of a pilot project led in partnership with the company View3D Studio, which created the free digital version of the unit for JT, with national prominence and repercussions, coordinated by Bernardo de Azevedo.
This first moment in hyper-realistic reality was coordinated by the Judge of the 1st VT of Ji-Paraná (RO), Carlos Antonio Chagas Junior, who convened the Public Ministry of Labor (MPT), the Municipal Department of Social. Assistance and Family (Semasf), guardianship counselors, members of the Specialized Reference Center for Social Assistance (Creas), in addition to magistrates, civil servants, intern of the Labor Court, at what time the role of each body in the fight against the child. work. Among the authorities, the Labor Judge, a member of the Regional Commission for the Fight against Child Labor and Incentives for Learning in the Regional Labor Court of the 14th Region (RO / AC), Fernanda Simões Cavalcante Maenishi, Judge Deputy Luísa Azevedo Brugnoli Ribeiro, the Chief Prosecutor of the Labor Office of the First Labor Lawyer in the Municipality of Ji-Paraná (RO), Jéssica Alves Resende Freitas, and the Municipal Secretary of Semasf, Ana Maria Vizeli.
Following the event in the metaverse, the participants participated in person on the pole of a conversation circle, where the discussions deepened. “It was a very important meeting, because they are the ones who directly combat the work of children, and with their joint participation, it was possible to discuss mechanisms of cooperation between the bodies,” the magistrate explained.
“The use of the technological tool in an environment that simulates, in virtual reality, the whole environment of the physical unit and provides a real immersion, with the possibility of interaction with the environment, as seen in institutional video of the digital TRT and a link to watch the audience in the live zoom meeting, as well as the interaction with other avatars.The experience has been incredible and the tool expands the potential of social projects already realized “, highlighted Carlos Chagas, also saying that the immersive virtual environment will be used for actions aimed at social programs and that there is no provision for the practice of procedural acts. .
The Court gave a step by step to join an avatar in the unit’s meta-environment via the AltspaceVR app, available for free from the Microsoft app store.
During this week, the metaverse space will be the scene of several actions directed by the Labor Court in Ji-Paraná, which include editions of JT’s social responsibility programs, such as JT Go to School and JT Go to Business. This Tuesday (7/6), lectures on the subject are scheduled for Porto Velho high school students, law students and indigenous people of the Suruí community. On the same day, there will also be interviews in the local press and the presentation of the unit’s metaverse space and the debate on Digital Law with the Subsection of the Brazilian Bar Association in Ji-Paraná.
On Wednesday (6/8), the program will take place in person at Professor José Francisco dos Santos State School of Elementary and High School, with a presentation by the Friends of the Orchestra in Action Orchestra and a conference with students with the participation of the MPT. Therefore, on Thursday (9/6), the Week of Combating Child Labor returns to virtual reality for the conference with the Bolivian Consulate.
On 10/6, the Laticínio Canaã company will receive the magistrate and the servants in person to talk about the issue of child labor and also about safe work. Finally, to close the special program, they travel to the Suruí indigenous community for an edition of Justiça do Trabalho Vai à Escola.