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Aarhus Centre in Turkmenistan

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 decision-making; and access to justice on environmental matters, including through free legal consultations related to environmental rights.

Aarhus Centre in Turkmenistan

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 decision-making; and access to justice on environmental matters, including through free legal consultations related to environmental rights.

The main activities of the Centre include:

  • Increasing the level of environmental knowledge of the public and other interested parties with focus on environmental norms and human rights, as well as creating an environmental information database, including national laws on the environment;
  • Producing comprehensive environmental materials to be published in the national mass media;
  • Developing partnerships with the corresponding state and civil society representatives, as well as with the network of Aarhus Centres in other OSCE countries;
  • Promoting the Aarhus Convention among relevant stakeholders;
  • Supporting the implementation of projects of international players, such as the OSCE, UNDP, UNEP, Tempus, World Bank, ADB, IDB and other stakeholders.

Centre facts and figures

Year of establishment
2012
Hosted by
NGO Tebigy Kuwwat (2003)
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Main fields of activity

Aarhus Centre in Turkmenistan

Prof. Dr. Nazar Korpeyev

Director
Office of Aarhus Centre Ashgabat

Office of Aarhus Centre Ashgabat

15 Bitarap Turkmenistan Avenue
744000 Ashgabat
Turkmenistan

OSCE Secretariat

OSCE Secretariat

Wallerstrasse 6
1010 Vienna
Austria