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The web-page of Hrodna Aarhus Centre (Belarus)

The web-page of Hrodna Aarhus Centre (Belarus) provides information about activities in Hrodna and Hrodna region (Belarus) related to Aarhus Convention. In Russian and English. The first regional Aarhus Centre in Belarus was established in Hrodna in the frame of the joint European Union and United Nations Development Programme project “Support to the development of a comprehensive framework for international environmental cooperation in the Republic of Belarus” on the basis of Hrodna Regional Committee of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection. The mission of Hrodna Aarhus Centre is to support the implementation of the Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (Aarhus Convention) in Hrodna and Hrodna region.Activities:o assistance in providing access to information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters;o environmental education and raising public’s awareness of environmental protection and rational use of natural resources;o facilitation of relationship between local authorities and the stakeholders in the sphere of access to information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters;o national and international cooperation in the sphere of implementation of the Aarhus Convention.Contact information of Hrodna Aarhus Centre:Address: Belarus, 230023, Hrodna, 23 Sovetskaya Str., room 33Tel. +375 (152) 740570E-mail: aarhuscentrehrodna@gmail.comWeb-page: www.ohranaprirody.grodno.by/aarhusCoordinator of Hrodna Aarhus Centre – Ialanta Ramanovich

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Languages:
Russian
, English
Year:
2013
Date published:
10-02-2016
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