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The four-day international conference ‘Fighting Air Pollution in the Industrial Cities of Europe’, organized by Arnika Association from the Czech Republic, was held in Ostrava. The Ostrava Conference…
Good Practice: Innovative approach of using a university-based institute as intermediary platform to conduct public consultation on GMOs in Armenia.   Type: Environmental law research center (ELRC…
Main objectives: The Aarhus Convention is a unique legal tool, which promotes civil society formation, the creation of a culture of dialogue between civil society and government, as well as…
After introducing Open Data and advertising for its value by pointing out several areas of benefit such as economic development or transparency, the article takes a look at practices in the EU…
A report created by the NGO Crude Accountability and Ecoforum of NGOs in Kazakhstan covering cases of harassment, violence, and persecution of protesters in former Soviet states and the United States…
Great interest and concern has arisen among the NGOs, mass media and other interested parties on the conclusion submitted to the Government of Armenia on the implementation of decision v/9a of the…
''On May of this year, with the support of the EU, UNDP and GEF, on the initiative of the Armenian Inter-Church Charitable Round Table Foundation of the World Council of Churches has…
“Environmental Public Advocacy Center” (EPAC) NGO implements the Programme “Capacity building for NGOs for effective participation in environmental decision-making through elaboaration of relevant…
The Guide to Public Participation in the Process of Elaboration of Draft Legal Acts Related to Environment has been elaborated and published by "Environmental Public Advocacy Center" NGO as…
NGO standing - The Administrative Court of Armenia referring to the previous judgments by the Cassation Court and the Constitutional Court stated that environmental NGOs did not have standing before…