In the beginning of November, advisory board of EELC approved EELC’s strategy for 2013-2030. The new strategy provides more specific and clearer focus and goals for our activities in the future.
With the help of consultants and members of the advisory board, EELC’s team determined four programs and four focus topic areas within which we aim to create significant changes in the next years. Measuring the social impacts of our activities will also be paid more attention than before.
Our programs that cover various topic areas are:
Focus topic areas are:
In addition to programs and focus topic areas, EELC will continue providing paid services as a social enterprise. EELC’s team wishes to be a good partner to all who might need advice related to environmental law and continue to ensure the best possible quality of the service as well as meeting the needs of the clients.
Putting the strategy together took us about a year, from this March it was funded by the National Foundation of Civil Society. Consultants Toomas Roolaid and Jaan Aps (latter on methodology for assessing our social impact) advised and guided us in the process.