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.
The YGPE works in the area of poverty reduction and sustainable development in Tajikistan.
The Aarhus Centre supports the implementation of the Aarhus Convention. It promotes the dialogue platform among the regional authorities, subsoil users and non-governmental organizations through an
The Centre promotes access to information on environmental issues and public participation in decision-making process and contributes to improving the process of environmental management in Armenia
The Centre supports public access to environmental information in Syunik region, promotes public participation in decision-making in this field, as well as contributes to the creation of conditions
The Aarhus Centre serves as a link between central and local state authorities and non-governmental organizations in the field of environmental policy and its implementation in the region of Easter
The aim of the Centre is to support the implementation of the Aarhus Convention in Turkmenistan by facilitating the free access to environmental information; public participation in environmental d
Aarhus Centre is a civil society organisation (CSO) formed in August 2012 in Kragujevac by a group of experts who have recognized the needs of the citizens to be informed about basic human rights t
The Aarhus Centre of the Republic of Belarus supports the Ministry of Natural Recourses and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus in preparing the legislation aimed at consolidating t
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.
The Aarhus Centre organizes lectures, seminars, forums, roundtables and public hearings for representatives of executive bodies, public associations, individuals and legal entities on green economy
The Aarhus Centre of South and East Serbia (ACSES) is a civil society organization (CSO) formed in 2012 in Nis by a group of experts who have recognized the needs of the citizens to be informed abo
The Aarhus Centre in Osh focuses on four major areas: awareness-raising on the Aarhus Convention; improving the youth’s environmental awareness and its involvement in environmental protection activ
Aarhus Centre Sarajevo has four staff, Director, Administrative and Legal Assistant, Legal Associate and IT/Logistics Assistant. In addition, it has a network of experts and volunteers that are en
The Centre supports the implementation of the Aarhus Convention, promotes public access to environmental information and participation in decision-making in Lory region, Armenia.
The goal of the Centre is to enlarge the Aarhus Convention’s implementation in Armenia, in close co-operation with environmental non-governmental organizations and with the Armenian Aarhus Centre l
The Centre’s task is to promote the principles of the Aarhus Convention and push the implementation.
The Aarhus Information Centre Vlora promotes participatory mechanisms and partnerships among central and local public authorities, civil society organizations and business community for addressing
The Aarhus Centre provides assistance in the implementation of the regional development programme and contributes to the implementation of the provisions of the Aarhus Convention while monitoring t
The Legal Entity of Public Law “Environmental Information and Education Centre” (EIEC ) in Georgia was established on the basis of the Aarhus Centre Georgia, which was a joint initiative of the OSC
The Aarhus Centre serves as a link between the regional government, governmental and non-governmental organizations in the field of environmental policy-making and implementation in Armenia; it pro
Gyumri Aarhus Centre promotes the implementation of the Aarhus Convention in Armenia and contributes to improving the process of natural resources management, in particular water resources and mine
The Aarhus Centres is working on the implementation of two of the main pillars of the Aarhus Convention namely providing access to information and public participation in the decisions making proce
National Aarhus Centre of Kazakhstan promotes public participation in decision-making process through an access to information and justice in environmental matters.
At the initiative of the Association TERRA’S and with the OSCE support, the Regional Aarhus Centre Subotica was established in March 2011 with a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of