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The “Open Data Maturity in Europe Report 2018: New horizons for Open Data driven transformation” records the different speeds at which European countries are moving in their Open Data-driven…
This study builds on preexisting studies by compiling and updating information on remedies available under Article 9(4) of the Aarhus Convention.The most extensive of these prior studies is the 2007…
This report represents a step towards meeting the goal of the Aarhus ConventionAccess to Justice Task Force to develop a set of good practices and analyses on threepriority issues:- The loser pays…
Synthesis report of the study on the Implementation of Articles 9.3 and 9.4 of the Aarhus Convention in Seventeen of the Member States of the European Union.The aim of the study is to analyze the…
Article 115 of the Satversme obliges the public authorities, including local governments, to ensure implementation of the right to live in a benevolent environment. This includes the conduct of a…
The State shall ensure that public authorities assist and provide guidance to the public in seeking access to information, in facilitating participation in decision-making and in seeking access to…
Environmental information and public participation - The right to live in favourable environment; access to justice granted to individuals before the Constitutional Court contesting the violation of…
A group of members of parliament claimed that the regulations on use and building of a particular territory in the capital of Latvia were contrary to art. 115 of the Constitution of the Republic of…
The NGO network 'Justice and Environment' held a side-event entitled “Access to Justice – The Naked Truth” at the third session of the Meeting of Parties to the Aarhus Convention (Riga, 13…
The Latvian national webpage of the Aarhus Clearinghouse contains a calendar, documents, links, press information, projects, contacts and Your Question, a feature inviting readers to post questions…