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Jul 17, 2014
La Iniciativa de Acceso participó en la Quinta Reunión de las Partes del Convenio de Aarhus
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La Iniciativa de Acceso en América Latina y el Caribe ha venido colaborando con dos socios europeos, Regional Environment Center (REC) y European Environmental Bureau (EEB), en el marco del proceso de la Declaración sobre la aplicación del Principio 10 de la Declaración de Río sobre el Medio Ambiente y el Desarrollo.

Jul 16, 2014
Memorial to Sutthi Atchasai,Thailand environmental defender
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Second to the right is Sutthi Atchasai

We received information today that Sutthi Atchasai, a community environmental advocate and activist in Thailand was shot last night and pronounced dead early this morning. The police have not yet concluded the cause of his death. The TAI Secretariat is saddened and shocked by this news. He was an environmental defender for his community and a right to information activist as well. He is a huge loss to Thailand and the Map ta Phut community. It was a privilege to work with him and TAI will miss him greatly.

Jul 3, 2014
UNEP's access to information policy" a spark without goal, without direction"

Thank you Mr. Chair for giving me an opportunity speak, My name is Carole Excell and I represent the World Resources Institute and the Access Initiative Network a global network of civil society organisations and individuals working to improve environmental democracy worldwide. I make this statement with the support of the European Eco-Forum.

Jul 3, 2014
VIDEO: Watch Lalanath de Silva of TAI discuss UNEP’s new Access to Information policy at UNEA in Nairobi!
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After the announcement of the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) new access to information policy, The Access Initiative and over 150 CSOs worldwide expressed the need for immediate reform. At the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) on 23-27 June in Nairobi, Lalanath de Silva of TAI raised his concerns to UNEP Executive Director, Achim Steiner, about the policy’s lack of true transparency. Mr.

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