The photo exhibition recounts the lives of the two magistrates killed by cosa nostra through "private" photographs made available by the families and the photo archive of the ANSA press agency.
It was shown for the first time in Palermo on 23 May 2012 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the massacre and has been travelling to a number of locations since, including the European Parliament in Brussels, schools and local government locations.
The exhibition aims particularly at educating the younger generations by providing a "legal education pathway" that can contribute to improving social justice and fighting against illegality from a young age.
LIMITED ACCESS : For security reasons, exhibitions in the CoR are only accessible to visitors carrying a badge granting them permanent access to the CoR (e.g. EU officials), or carrying a special badge as a registered participant to an event (conference, meeting, event) held on the CoR premises. No access will be granted to external visitors who do not carry a valid badge. To obtain such a badge, you must be either an EU official or a registered participant at one of the activities or events taking place in the CoR.
Take a look at the video on Judges Falcone and Borsellino produced by ANSA.