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Resources Keyword 'SDG Target 16.3'

The World Justice Challenge 2019: Access to Justice Solutions is a competition to identify, recognize, and promote good practices and successful solutions to improve access to justice. These can…
Key issue: The right of environmental NGOs to ask a Court order to communicate air quality data to the European Commission and to draft a comprehensive air quality plan. Key words: civil proceedings…
The EU and its Member States are parties to the Aarhus Convention on access to information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters. The Aarhus…
European Union Forum of Judges for the Environment has organized an annual conference "Training and Specialisation in Environmental Law" that took place in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 16-17 November 2018.
Main objectives: Promotion of the Aarhus Convention at the national level, supporting the country in its effective implementation, establishment of higher standards of environmental protection.…
The European Commission published a report looking at the progress made by Member States on the implementation of collective redress measures following the Commission’s 2013 Recommendation. The…
The European Commission published Roadmap/Inception Impact Assessment Ares(2018)2432060 "EU implementation of the Aarhus Convention in the area of access to justice in environmental matters" which is…
Access to Justice for a greener Europe aims to improve the implementation and enforcement of EU environmental law by providing the public with effective access to justice, such as judicial review,…
Standing – Those affected or likely to be affected by environmental damage must have access to justice to challenge such damage; this includes those with use rights that have been affected (such as…
Standing – Environmental NGOs must be able to challenge decisions made within the framework of water law permit procedures. Where participation as a party to the administrative procedure is required…