Signed in Aarhus (Aarhus Convention), the Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters, usually known as the Aarhus Convention, was signed in 1998 in the Danish city of Aarhus. It grants the public rights regarding access to information, public participation and access to justice, in governmental decision-making processes on matters concerning the local, national and transboundary environment. It focuses on interactions between the public and public authorities.
An alternative, locally based economic model of agriculture and food distribution. A CSA also refers to a particular network or association of individuals who have pledged to support one or more local farms, with growers and consumers sharing the risks and benefits of food production.
“Deep water” is the theatre show realized by CIES Onlus within the SAME WORLD project.
The show is one of the sensitization and educational activities carried out by the SAME WORLD consortium with the aim to actively involve citizenship and students therefore it has been conceived as an interactive performance on the theme of environmental justice, that calls for the active participation of the audience.
Its first version, directed by Valentina Di Odoardo (CIES Onlus) was staged on the 20th October 9:00 pm at Cascina Triulza (Auditorium) with different repeat performances on the same premises and also in Rome and Villa San Giovanni.
The show was adapted to different regional and National contexts and was put on stage in Milan, Hungary (Artemissziò Foundation) and Gernany (Arche-Nova). The Slovenian partner Humanitas chose to adapt a previous interactive theater play realized by Cies (One-way ticket) to realize an interactive play on the present refugees’ crisis “Through the refugee’s eyes”.