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On June 27, ClientEarth lawyers gave a training to help NGOs use their access to justice rights in respect of litigation, complaints and access to documents to advocate for the environment.
The workshop, part of the "Access to justice for a greener Europe"(A2J EARL) (A2J EARL) project was held in WWF EU office in Brussels with participants from WWF Belgium and Germany.
The goal of the seminar was to provide an overview of legal procedures at EU and national levels as well as some guidance on how to use them. Presentations focused specifically on challenging non-disclosure of environmental information and complaints to enforcement bodies and ombudsmen.