Five Day Training Programme on "Environmental Legislations, Interpretation and Enforcement"
The Centre for Environmental Law Education, Research and Advocacy (CEERA), established in 1998 is an integral part of National Law School of India University, Bangalore, a premier law university in the country. CEERA has dedicated Faculty Coordinator and fulltime core team of research scholars working all through. It enjoys the support of Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF), Government of Karnataka, Bar and Bench. Building environmental law data base, effectively networking between all stakeholders and build environmental law community and policy research are CEERA’s main objectives. To achieve its objectives CEERA ever attempts to build functional and professional linkages with government agencies and non-government organizations in India as well as South Asian region and at international levels. Apart from handling and furthering India’s environmental conservation work involving policy analysis, campaigning, community capacity building and strategic legal intervention on environmental issues, CEERA serves as rich resource centre for environmental law teaching and research for both bachelors and masters course at National Law School. CEERA manages well designed and developed electronic data in the shape of website (www.nlsenlaw.org) and also runs a Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Law through distance education mode.
THE AIMS OF THE PRESENT TRAINING PROGRAMME:
- To re-orient participants to the basics of Environmental Law and Environmental Management;
- To acquaint the participants with some of the latest happenings and environmental challenges of the country today;
- To update the participants international developments in the field
Brochure : https://www.nls.ac.in/resources/year2015/cpcb2015trngprog.pdf
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