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Enabling REACH consumer information rights on chemicals in articles in the Republic of Serbia The overall goal is to enhance substitution of SVHC in articles by increasing the market demand for SVHC-free articles and supporting industrial actors to identify SVHC in their articles. Project is financed by Fenderal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, and Federal Environment Agency of Germany. Project partner: Baltic Environmental Forum – Germany (BEF). This project ... Read more

Raising awareness on health impact of the chemicals used inchildren toys and childcare products This project will expand awareness to promote the public’s right to know the chemicals in children toys and childcare products, including impacts to human health and an environment from production, import, consumption and disposal. The project will involve product label analysis, product laboratory analysis against phthalates, policy review and advocacy, and public information. Results of laboratory ... Read more

Improving democratic culture, the rule of law and the freedom of the media This project is going to strengthen the ability of ALHem to communicate their advocacy messages and objectives both with citizens and governments, thus strengthening effectiveness and impact in undertaking initiatives and influencing true democratic changes in these priority areas. Equipped with communication skills, capacities, channels and digital tools, ALHem will be able to engage citizens ... Read more

“Serbia substitute” project started Safer chemicals alternative- ALHem– a non-governmental organization that aims to promote sustainable development, especially the safe management of chemicals, has received financing from the Norwegian Embassy for project “Serbia substitute”. The project aims is to make available to the Serbian industry and applicable tools that exist in the EU- a database of the most dangerous substances that are already under regulatory regimes, or will “fall” under the regulatory regime, as well as the base of the available alternatives, and technology substitution, which will contribute to raising awareness and knowledge of Serbian industry about replacing dangerous chemicals with safer alternatives. Read more