Offical and shadow reports: Monitoring progress of the implementation


Second side event co-organized by Arnika on the Sixth Meeting of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention together with third session of the Protocol on Pollutants Release and Transfer Registers, which took place in Budva, Montenegro in September 2017.

Tuesday 12 September / 19:30 - 21:00

Venue: Hotel Montenegro (Bojana or Zeta meeting room)

Reporting mechanism and its constraints ▪ Shadow implementation reports: Hungary, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic

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Presentations & speakers:

Martin Skalsky, Arnika & Lukas Pokorny, AC Bureau:
What can and what cannot be found in implementation reports /Is there a space for improvement of the reportingmechanism? / Why the NGOs prepare alternative reports?

Summer Kern, Ökoburo (AT):
National implementation report and Shadow report: Example of the best practice and cooperation of the state and the civil society in Austria

Marina Dubina, Ecohome (BY):
Belarus: Environmental democracy – A myth or reality?

Svetlana Mogilyuk, ECOM:
Kazakhstan: Justice out of sight

Tomas Jungwirth, independent lawyer:
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Progress unreported

Zeljka Leljak Gracin, Green Action:
Croatia: Civil society organizations´ report

Martin Skalsky, Arnika:
Czech republic: public participation undesirable

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