May 23, 2014
ECLAC releases issues to be considered in P10 regional instrument for Latin America and Caribbean
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ECLAC released this week issues to be considered for a regional instrument on Principle 10 in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Working Group on the regional instrument has proposed to open the document for comments for one month from Governments and the public.

May 22, 2014
Welcoming new members to The Access Initiative
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TAI Secretariat gathered for a meeting regarding new membership rules.

Written by Carole Excell

About TAI

The Access Initiative (TAI) is a network of over 200 civil society organizations and individuals from around the world dedicated to ensuring that local communities have the rights and abilities to gain access to information, to participate in decisions that affect their lives and environment and to access justice mechanisms when laws are not enforced.

Benefits of Membership

TAI has been in existence for 14 years, and we are now looking to expand our membership to include like-minded organizations and individuals

May 21, 2014
Segundo Encontro Virtual discutirá Acordo Regional sobre Democracia Ambiental e ações no Brasil sobre o tema
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Fonte: Imaflora

Organizações e cidadãos brasileiros estão convidados para participar do Segundo Encontro Virtual - Democracia Ambiental e Acordo Regional sobre o Tema, que será realizado no dia 28 de maio (quarta-feira), das 10h00 às 11h30.

May 14, 2014
Brazilian organizations discuss LAC agreement on Principle 10 and Environmental Democracy
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The challenges of environmental democracy in Brazil and the process to elaborate a regional agreement about Principle 10 in the LAC region were discussed in a virtual meeting last Wednesday (7).

Organized by The Access Initiative, WRI and Article 19, the meeting had 25 participants, representatives from 18 organizations, including environmentalist organizations and networks, transparency and access to information organizations as well as representatives from lawyers and public environmental prosecutors.

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