In light of the current situation related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), UNECE is reviewing its calendar of meetings. Guided by the assessments of the World Health Organization and the host country authorities, the respective governing bodies and partner organizations have considered amending the format and conduct of meetings.
To ensure health and safety for all and those around us, it was decided to postpone the Sub-Regional Workshop on land-use planning and industrial safety for South-Eastern Europe to 27-29 October 2021. More information will be communicated closer to the event.
An online Teaser Event for the 2021 “Sub-regional workshop on land-use planning and industrial safety for South-Eastern Europe” took place on 21 October 2020 via WebEx. More information on the event, including agenda and presentations, is available here (LINK: https://unece.org/environmental-policy/events/online-teaser-event-sub-r…).
We very much regret this unfortunate turn of events and appreciate your understanding.
This workshop is jointly organized by the UNECE Industrial Accidents Convention and the UNECE Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management, with contributions by the Governments of Flanders (Belgium) and Serbia.
Its purpose is to bring together land-use planning and industrial safety experts from countries of South-Eastern Europe (including representatives of authorities, industry, NGOs and academia and experts in related fields) to share experiences and good practices on the topic of: coordination of land-use planning and industrial safety procedures and cooperation between the relevant experts for industrial accident prevention, including in a transboundary context.
More information on the sub-regional workshop planned for October 2021 is available here (LINK: https://unece.org/environmental-policy/events/sub-regional-workshop-land-use-planning-and-industrial-safety-south).