OBJECTIVE: This regional capacity development technical assistance (R-CDTA) seeks to respond to the key messages delivered from the Asian Judges Symposium, and also the ongoing work under RETA 7474, by developing a program on environmental enforcement for the legal profession at the regional, subregional, and national levels. Building upon the work done under ADB's SSTA 7474, this R-CDTA is aimed at achieving enhanced capacity development of judiciaries, ministries of environment, and environmental legal professionals, through (i) establishing the proposed Asian Judges Network on Environment; (ii) supporting subregional groupings at the SAARC and ASEAN level; and (iii) supporting pilot on-the-ground implementation at the national level in selected DMCs.
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