New Developments in Environmental Democracy and Opportunities for EU-UN cooperation
Apr 23, 2013
Location: 
UN House, Rue Montoyer 14, Brussels
Date: 
May 7, 2013

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UN House, Rue Montoyer 14 Brussels Europe can take justifiable pride in having championed the Aarhus Convention. With its vast experience gained through the Aarhus process, Europe is well-placed to support other parts of the world to make progress in the recognition and protection of environmental democracy – namely, transparency, inclusiveness and accountability. We invite you to an event on:

New Developments in Environmental Democracy and Opportunities for EU-UN cooperation

A Briefing on Rio+20 and Principle 10

At the event we will present an overview of the global developments regarding the implementation of Principle 10, taking into account Rio+20 (such as para 43 of The Future We Want); present activities, initiatives & projects, including those focused on implementing the Bali Guidelines; and discuss with participants Principle 10’s importance in EU environment and development policy.

(For more information visit http://capacity4dev.ec.europa.eu/unep/event/new-developments...)

When: 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm on 7 May Where: UN House, Rue Montoyer 14, Brussels

To register, complete the form (see attached link) before 1 May. Places strictly limited

This event is brought to you by UNEP, UNITAR, the European Environmental Bureau and the World Resources Institute, whom work in a partnership to further promote the application of Principle 10.