Kao deo aktivnosti projekta  ''Snaga zajednice-Unapređenje kapaciteta civilnog društva u zaštiti životne sredine i prirodnih resursa'', koji realizuje ekološko udruženje,  u periodu od 27.-30. jula  i 16.-18 avgusta su održana dva istraživačka kampa biljnog i životinjskog sveta na slivu Velikog Rzava, na potesu Svračkovo-Roge, upravo na delu Velikog Rzava na kome je planirana izgradnja HE ''Svračkovo'', kao i na potesu Drežnik-Orlovača, na kojima su učestvovali studenti Naučno-istraživačkog društva studenata biologije i ekologije ''Josif Pančić'' Biološkog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, i biološkog udruženja ''Sava Petrović'', iz Niša.

Obzirom da sliv Velikog Rzava i dan danas nije zakonski definisan, čime se, pored potpune devastacije prirode na potesu Roge-Svračkovo usled izgradnje hidroakumulacije, ostvaruje mogućnost i za razne neekološke radnje koje vrše uništenje reke i priobalja, živog sveta u reci, ribljeg fonda krivolovom, kao i ilegalne eksploatacije šljunka i peska, Naučno-istraživački kampovi su imali za cilj valorizaciju prirodnih vrednosti i biodiverziteta Velikog Rzava, kao osnove za izradu studije prethodne zaštite.

Rezultati Naučno-istraživačkih kampova u Izveštaju ''Veliki Rzav 2017'', će biti iskorišćeni u budućem postupku zaštite istraživanog područja, što je i predviđeno programom Zavoda za zaštitu prirode Srbije, Prostornim planom opštine Arilje, kao i Studijom o proceni uticaja HE ''Svračkovo'' na životnu sredinu, za koju je Investitor bio u obavezi da izvrši pre početka izgradnje hidroakumulacije.

Izveštaj ''Veliki Rzav 2017'' je nastao u sklopu projekta koji ekološko udruženje ''Rzav'' realizuje u partnerstvu sa Beogradskom otvorenom školom, u okviru CO-SEED programa ''Civilno društvo zagovara ekološki prihvatljiv društveno-ekonomski razvoj'', koji finansira Evropska unija, i saradnji sa udruženjem ''Čuvari prirode''. 

Sadržaj Izveštaja je isključiva odgovornost autora i ne predstavlja stavove projektnog tima, niti odražava mišljenja i stavove Evropske unije. 

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Unite grassroots groups from across Serbia to form a nationwide coalition of river-protectors to fight against the onslaught of planned hydropower plants across the country. The coalition will aim to mobilize the wider public around its cause via visually attractive and participatory activities, to increase the visibility of the problem and put more pressure on the government, and to share experience of successful campaigning techniques.

The project has three main phases:

(1) Campaign planning meeting in Arilje, Western Serbia

A core group of activists (15-20 participants) will use this one day meeting to set up a campaign plan for joint activities during the following 12 months. Preparatory work to develop the plan will be carried out before the event by selected activist-facilitators in order to use the face-to-face meeting for taking concrete decisions and choosing priorities that will enable all groups to focus on specific strategies and tactics to achieve common goals.

(2) Public action - Rzav Regatta

A wider group of activists,  and members of different rafting clubs from Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, will raft down the Veliki Rzav river. We have held a regatta annually since 2013 but this year want to expand it and use the occasion to deliver a more direct political message to politicians and investors to keep their hands off our rivers. The occasion will be used to create short video-clips and photos with activists and recreational rafters holding banners or making statements, that will be used in the framework of the campaign.

Three main demands will be put forward and publicly communicated from the event to decision- makers in the Serbian government. The organisers will secure participation of journalists who can immediately report on the event and communicate their message of solidarity and defiance.

A set of promotional materials will be created to make the campaign more visible: t-shirts, banners etc. that can be re-used in further public actions or demonstrations.

(3) Coalition co-ordination

The coalition will stay in touch by creating a dedicated Facebook groups and email lists. The campaign plan will be executed in the next 12 months, with altogether 30-50 activists participating, mostly on a voluntary basis. The Coalition will also enhance fundraising efforts in order to be able to plan for potential further public actions or to support advocacy towards decision-makers by hiring biologists or legal experts.

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To unite grassroots groups from across Serbia to form a nationwide coalition of river-protectors to fight against the onslaught of planned hydropower plants across the country. The coalition will aim to mobilize the wider public around its cause via visually attractive and participatory activities, to increase the visibility of the problem and put more pressure on the government, and to share experience of successful campaigning techniques.

The project has three main phases:

 (1) Campaign planning meeting in Arilje, Western Serbia

A core group of activists (15-20 participants) will use this one day meeting to set up a campaign plan for joint activities during the following 12 months. Preparatory work to develop the plan will be carried out before the event by selected activist-facilitators in order to use the face-to-face meeting for taking concrete decisions and choosing priorities that will enable all groups to focus on specific strategies and tactics to achieve common goals.

(2) Public action - Rzav Regatta

A wider group of activists (up to 150 participants with the potential participation of activists and members of different rafting clubs from Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro), will raft down the VelikiRzav river. We have held a regatta annually since 2013 but this year want to expand it and use the occasion to deliver a more direct political message to politicians and investors to keep their hands off our rivers. The occasion will be used to create short video-clips and photos with activists and recreational rafters holding banners or making statements, that will be used in the framework of the campaign.

A set of promotional materials will be created to make the campaign more visible: t-shirts, banners etc. that can be re-used in further public actions or demonstrations.

(3) Coalition co-ordination

The coalition will stay in touch by creating a dedicated Facebook groups and email lists. The campaign plan will be executed in the next 12 months, with altogether 30-50 activists participating, mostly on a voluntary basis. The Coalition will also enhance fundraising efforts in order to be able to plan for potential further public actions or to support advocacy towards decision-makers by hiring biologists or legal experts.

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