In April — May 2020 Grodno State University conducts training free webinars “Environmental Monitoring and the Aarhus Convention” in Belarus.

Online trainings will be held for teachers of educational institutions, representatives of local authorities, institutions of pre-school, general secondary education; non-formal education providers (NGOs, public, private, individual entrepreneurs); private individuals, citizens interested in protecting and protecting the environment; representatives of regional organizations.
Participation in the trainings is free, recording by phone 8 029 783-45-25 Olga Kremleva
or follow the link:
Trainings contribute to the formation of a holistic view of the environmental monitoring system, the possibility of assessing and regulating its state, as well as the possibility of applying international and national legal acts regulating public access to environmental information, environmental decision-making, and justice on environmental issues for sustainable development.
Participants will familiarize themselves with the environmental monitoring system in the Republic of Belarus, learn about the practical application of the basics of environmental monitoring, gain new theoretical knowledge on the legal regulation of environmental protection and sustainable development, and will also develop skills in applying the provisions of the Aarhus Convention when exercising the right of access, collection and dissemination of environmental information.
The trainings will be held within the framework of the project “Involving the public in environmental monitoring and improving environmental management at the local level”, funded by the European Union and implemented by the UN Development Program in Belarus in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus and the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus.

Available dates and times for webinars:
10 a.m. — 1 p.m.
April: 2,3,7,8,9,14,15,16,17,21,22,23,24,30;
May: 5