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Aug 19, 2013
Argentina Joins P10 Process

Argentina is now a member of the Latin American and Caribbean Principle 10 Process, bringing the number of LAC countries to 15. Joining the P10 Process is expected to bring about more public participation in environmental decision making in Argentina, a country that has and continues to have issues concerning access to information, access to justice, and citizen engagement in the EIA process.

Jul 31, 2013
Upcoming Workshop: "Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and Europe Exchange: Moving Forward to a LAC Convention on P10"

The Access Iniative is coordinating a workshop through its partners Centro Ecuatoriano de Derecho Ambiental (CEDA), Iniciativa de Acceso México (IA-Mex) and World Resources Institute (WRI), with the support of The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe and the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) to discuss the European experience with the TAI LAC partners to strengthen TAI’s outreach, advocacy and fundraising strategy for 2013-2014.

Jul 29, 2013
Intercambio entre América latina y el Caribe (ALC) y Europa: avanzando hacia un Convenio regional sobre el P10

El próximo 30 y 31 de Julio se realizará el taller “Intercambio entre América latina y el Caribe (ALC) y Europa: avanzando hacia un Convenio regional sobre el P10” en la ciudad de Quito, Ecuador.

El encuentro tiene como objetivo principal realizar un intercambio entre representantes de organizaciones europeas vinculadas al proceso de la Convención de Aarhus con socios de la Iniciativa de Acceso (TAI) de América Latina y el Caribe vinculados al proceso de la Declaración del Principio 10 (P10).

Jul 17, 2013
Regional Conference on Freedom of Information Laws (FOI) in the Caribbean: Improving Management for the Environment
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A regional meeting to discuss the status of Freedom of Information Laws in the Caribbean was held on March, 20-21st in Kingston, Jamaica. A total of 57 participants from 12 Caribbean countries attended the conference. The Conference was organized by the Jamaica Environment Trust, the World Resources Institute, the Access Initiative, Jamaicans for Justice, The Mona School of Business and Management and the Unit of Access to Information of the Government of Jamaica.

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