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Jayhun Aarhus Centre (former Kumsangir)

Tajikistan

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Aarhus Centre Burabay

Kazakhstan

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National Aarhus Centre of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan

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Aarhus Centre Aktau

Kazakhstan

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Aarhus Centre Minsk

Belarus

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Aarhus Information Centre Vlora

Albania

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Aarhus Centre of South and East Serbia

Serbia

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Regional Aarhus Centre Subotica

Serbia

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Aarhus Centre New Belgrade

Serbia

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Aarhus Centre Kragujevac

Serbia

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Aarhus Centre Khujand

Tajikistan

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Aarhus Centre of Kyzylorda (Social Fund)

Kazakhstan

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Aarhus Centre in the Eastern Kazakhstan region

Kazakhstan

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Aarhus Centre in Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan

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Astana Aarhus Centre (Union of Aarhus Centres and Innovative Development Entities)

Kazakhstan

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Environmental Information and Education Centre

Georgia

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Gavar Aarhus Centre

Armenia

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Kapan Public Environmental Information/Aarhus Centre

Armenia

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Gyumri Environmental Information Aarhus Centre

Armenia

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Aarhus Centre Alaverdi

Armenia

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Aarhus Centre Osh

Kyrgyzstan

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Aarhus Centre Sarajevo

Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Aarhus Centre Yerevan

Armenia

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Aarhus Centre Yeghegnadzor

Armenia

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Aarhus Centre Vanadzor

Armenia

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Aarhus Centre Goris

Armenia

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Security and sustainable development are interlinked. Aarhus Centres link environment and security to sustainable development and act as a bridge between governments, private sector and civil society.   

  • Aarhus Centre Aktau

    The Aarhus Centre Aktau promotes the dialogue platform among the regional authorities, subsoil users and NGOs through awareness-raising campaigns and improved access to environmental information.

  • Aarhus Centre Alaverdi

    The Centre promotes access to information on environmental issues, public participation in decision-making processes and contributes to improving the process of environmental management in Armenia.

  • Aarhus Centre Burabay

    The activities of the Aarhus Centre of Burabay are aimed at organizing conditions for public access to information, participation in decision-making and access to justice.

  • Aarhus Centre Goris

    The Centre supports public access to environmental information in the Syunik region and promotes public participation in decision-making in the field of environmental affairs. 

  • Aarhus Centre in the Eastern Kazakhstan region

    The Aarhus Centre serves as a link between central and local state authorities and NGOs in the field of environmental policy and its implementation in the region of Eastern Kazakhstan.

  • Aarhus Centre in Turkmenistan

    The Centre facilitates the free access to environmental information, public participation in environmental decision-making and access to justice on environmental matters.

  • Aarhus Centre Khujand

    The Youth Group on Protection of Environment (YGPE) works in the area of poverty reduction and sustainable development in Tajikistan.

  • Aarhus Centre Kragujevac

    The Centre was formed by experts who have recognized the public need to be informed about basic human rights for a healthy environment, and to influence decision-making at local and national level.

  • Aarhus Centre Minsk

    The Aarhus Centre Minsk supports the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus in preparing legislation aimed at consolidating the principles of openness and transparency in environmental decision-making.
  • Aarhus Centre New Belgrade

    The mission of Aarhus Centre New Belgrade is to foster implementation of the Convention in Belgrade with the special focus on New Belgrade - the city’s biggest municipality -.

  • Aarhus Centre of Kyzylorda (Social Fund)

    The Aarhus Centre Kyzylorda raises public awareness on access to justice in the field of environmental protection and organises several events to engage with different stakeholders.

  • Aarhus Centre of South and East Serbia

    The Centre was formed by experts who recognized the public need to be informed about basic human rights for a healthy environment, and to influence decision-making at local and national level.

  • Aarhus Centre Osh

    The Aarhus Centre Osh supports and promotes the implementation of the Aarhus Convention in and around Osh, in Southern Kyrgyzstan.
  • Aarhus Centre Sarajevo

    In Sarajevo, the Centre promotes good environmental governance, through improved access to environmental information, increased public participation in decision-making and strengthened rule of law through access to justice in environmental matters.
  • Aarhus Centre Vanadzor

    The Centre supports the implementation of the Aarhus Convention, promotes public access to environmental information and participation in decision-making in the Lori region in Armenia.

  • Aarhus Centre Yeghegnadzor

    The goal of the Centre is to enlarge the Aarhus Convention’s implementation, while being in close co-operation with environmental non-governmental organizations and with the Centre in Yerevan.

  • Aarhus Centre Yerevan

    The Centre’s task is to promote the principles of the Aarhus Convention and work towards its implementation.

  • Aarhus Information Centre Vlora

    The Aarhus Information Centre Vlora promotes participatory mechanisms and partnerships among central and local public authorities, civil society organizations and business community.

  • Astana Aarhus Centre (Union of Aarhus Centres and Innovative Development Entities)

    The Aarhus Centre Astana assists in implementing the regional development programme and contributes to implementing the Aarhus Convention while monitoring the execution rights ensured by it.

  • Environmental Information and Education Centre

    The Environmental Information and Education Centre” (EIEC) provides access to environmental education and ensures access to comprehensive information on environment.

  • Gavar Aarhus Centre

    The Gavar Aarhus Centre serves as a link between the government, regional government and NGOs in the field of environmental policy-making and implementation in Armenia.

  • Gyumri Environmental Information Aarhus Centre

    The Gyumri Aarhus Centre promotes the implementation of the Aarhus Convention and contributes to improving the process of natural resources management, in particular water resources and minerals.

  • Jayhun Aarhus Centre (former Kumsangir)

    The Jayhun Aarhus Centre focuses on informing population on the main principles of Aarhus Convention and raising public awareness on environmental rights of citizens through conducting information sessions, seminars and other events.
  • Kapan Public Environmental Information/Aarhus Centre

    The Centre is working on implementing two of the three pillars of the Aarhus Convention: providing access to information and public participation in the decision-making process in the Kapan region,

  • National Aarhus Centre of Kazakhstan

    The National Aarhus Centre of Kazakhstan promotes public participation in decision-making processes through access to information and justice in environmental matters.

  • Regional Aarhus Centre Subotica

    At the initiative of Association TERRA’S and with OSCE support, the Centre was established with a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Environment, the City of Subotica and the Open University.