Nov 10, 2014
Photo Essay: A Global Gathering for Environmental Rights
“People of Indonesia, continue fighting for your rights and do not allow injustice. We in Honduras are with you.” Laura Palemese from the Environmental Law Institute of Honduras support the Indonesian Center for Environmental Law in their campaign to access information about pulp and paper operations that are linked to water contamination.

Article by Alisa Zomer, Yale F&ES ‘14

The murals and graffiti that define public space in Bogota give an impression of the country’s creativity, diversity, and struggle. Emerging from a period of political and social unrest, Colombia is enjoying a period of economic growth and positive international attention. As an example of what is possible, Colombia is the perfect place for civil society to gather from around the world to learn from one another, share strategies, and get energized to move on important environmental rights.

Oct 27, 2014
A Spotlight on Participants of the Fifth Global Gathering
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The Fifth Global Gathering of the Access Initiative in Bogotá, Colombia is fast approaching and we are excited to be convening a diverse group of civil society and community leaders from around the world. We look forward to sharing successes, challenges, and ideas around how information and technology can be used to better protect forests and improve community rights.

Sep 30, 2014
Meet Allen Gunn, facilitator of the TAI Global Gathering
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The 5th TAI Global Gathering, taking place in Bogotá, Colombia, October 29th-31st, 2014 is fast approaching. This year’s event, Using Information, Data and Technology to Protect Forests and Strengthen the Rights of Forest-Dependent Communities,” will bring together over 90 civil society organizations, community members, and indigenous groups from around the world to explore new innovations for using technology to share information about forests, encourage government transparency and participation, and improve accountability of natural resources decisions.

Sep 19, 2014
América Latina y el Caribe da paso importante para asegurar transparencia y participación en los asuntos ambientales

18 Gobiernos de América Latina y el Caribe acordaron los contenidos mínimos de un instrumento internacional para hacer efectiva la democracia ambiental en la región, durante la VII Reunión de los Grupos de Trabajo de la Declaración del Principio 10 en América Latina y el Caribe, que tuvo lugar en San José, Costa Rica los días 10 y 11 de septiembre.

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