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Convention of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe on the availability of information, public participation in decision making and
the right to legal protection in environmental matters.
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Access to environmental information

Aarhus Centre – Аccess to environmental information primarily implies the right of everyone to receive environmental information and the obligation of state bodies to disseminate and / or provide environmental information as requested.

The realization of this human right, enshrined in international and national legislation, is one of the first prerequisites for the formation of a healthy and favorable environment. Aarhus Centre

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Dear All,

our application offers you the opportunity to photograph, explain and send us the problem you notice in the environment.

We will publish the problem and give you a recommendation on how to solve it. If the problem is more complex and requires the involvement of municipal, provincial or republic institutions, we will forward it to the competent institutions and inform you of the response of the competent.

The application also offers you the opportunity to share with others (your) successful solutions to environmental problems.

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    SG ”Krste Jon”

    Contribute in the development of the young people in achieving their complete Physical, intellectual, moral and social potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and members of their local and national communities.


    The Scout association of Macedonia is a non-governmental organization, which has had it’s first steps on the territory of the Republic of Macedonia in the distant 1921, and its shape today has been retained since 1953.


    KOCKA’s main services are delivering training on various topics (based on Needs Assessments), individual consulting to NGOs/CSOs and LSGs, providing assistance for local activism, and, facilitating and moderating workshops/seminars.


    Regional Centre for Forestry and Rural Development (REFORD) is a non-government, non-profit organization registered under the law for Civil Associations and Foundations in R. Macedonia (Act 16), with its office in Skopje, R. of Macedonia.

    Go Green

    Go Green is an association for sustainable development and environmental protection founded on 01.02.2010 in the City of Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia.


    Rural areas developed in sustainable manner with profound consideration of environment, efficient use of renewable energies, energy efficiency, preserved cultural heritage that will contribute for creation of favorable social environment for future generations.

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