The Environmental Law Team of YEE continues its engagement in the Aarhus Convention processes: this October, Agnes and Emma participated in the 10th Task Force on Public Participation in Decision-making which was held in Geneva. During this task force, they advocated for more structured participation from youth in decision-making processes, stressing the need to enhance awareness raising and involve young people in both formal and informal consultations. You can read here the outcome of the meeting, our point is included in item 2(b).
Find out more by reading the Opening and Additional Statements.
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YEE aims to unite environmental youth non-profit organisations in Europe in order to enhance international cooperation, increase knowledge about the climate crisis, raise awareness of environmental problems and to strengthen participation of youth in environmental decision-making.
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