Established 1995, by First Session of the Meeting of the Parties of T-XT9107 - Agreement on the Conservation of Populations of European Bats (EUROBATS). Became operational in 1996, Bonn (Germany).
Act as a point for information exchange and coordinate international research and monitoring initiatives; arrange Meetings of the Parties and meetings of the Standing Committee and the Advisory Committee; stimulate proposals for improving effectiveness of the Agreement and attract more countries to participate in and join the Agreement; stimulate public awareness of the threats to bat populations in Europe, northern Africa and the Middle East; support activities at all levels to prevent their numbers dwindling further.
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Meeting of the Parties (every 4 years); Standing Committee; Advisory Committee; Secretariat.
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