AUDIOVISUAL JUDICIARY REGISTRIES
The collective recognition of each site in which crimes against humanity have been committed, carried out within the framework of the visual inspections of judicial proceedings (resumed since 2006), is one of the first instances of its transformation and is part of a process of post dictatorial commemoration and mourning.
The Audiovisual Judiciary Registries are tools that articulate the information gathered during visual inspections –a procedure in which Memoria Abierta participates and that courts perform with survivors and witnesses in order to identify the places where clandestine detention centers detention functioned. They include documents, oral testimonies and architectural reconstructions of the way these sites operated.
During the recording of judicial inspections, Memoria Abierta technically assists the court locating and clarifying constructive aspects of the transformation of the places where crimes were committed more than 30 years ago.