Environmental diplomacy

Environmental diplomacy is vital to security and post-conflict resolution, as most of internal conflicts are related to natural resources and environmental issues.
Environmental issues act as threat multipliers and can affect economic security.

Institut de diplomatie publique provides a direct channel of interaction among environmental activists, media, NGOs, academics, and others seeking to advance the field of international virtual exchange (internet-based, cross-national communication and collaboration) in the field of environmental diplomacy.
Most of our members conduct independent multidisciplinary evidence-based research in the field of environmental diplomacy, with a particular focus on countries with limited economic resources and, based on that research,  the Institute provides practical recommendations that advance the goal to secure a more open and safe international system.
Through our balanced environmental diplomacy programs and publications, the Institute encourages citizens, civil society organizations and other interested parties to participate in policy process.

This Division acts as a space to test, model, and scale successful practices of human rights monitoring, reporting and documentation, and institution-building for cross-regional implementation.

At the same time, we synthesise global best practices on the local implementation of human rights, contextualises them for the local level.
The Institute is open to cooperation and is happy to offer its expertise to all stakeholders in the form of consulting, training, or research.

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The Secretariat of United Nations LDC5 confirmed that Institut de diplomatie publique has been granted special accreditation for the Fifth United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries (LDC5) to be held in Doha, 23 – 27 January 2022.

To participate, each representative of the Institut de diplomatie publique must register for LDC5 Conference

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The increasing scale and diversity of man's activities have resulted in several serious environmental issues, such as global warming, depletion of the ozone layer, air and waste pollution, soil contamination, deforestation, and desertification—all of which risk the future of humanity.

The Institut will develop an environmental management system and shall work continuously to improve it. 
The system will be based on the following policies:

(1) Promotion of environmental measures through international cooperation activities

The Institut will continue to:

Promote international cooperation and projects that contribute to environmental protection in developing countries; and
Mitigate any adverse environmental impacts of development programs and projects in accordance with the guidelines for environmental and social considerations.
(2) Promotion of activities for general environmental awareness

With the aim of raising public awareness, the Institut collects information about environmental issues.
The Institut will continue to:

Carry out promotional and educational activities by introducing our programs on environmental issues;
Conduct surveys and research on environmental issues, and develop relevant proposals; and
Implement continuous training through seminars and guidance programs for members engaged in Institut's activities.

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