RIGHT TO INFORMATION LAWS: WHERE DO WE STAND?

Public access to information is an important driver of sustainable development. Accurate facts and figures are needed to ensure education for all, to foster inclusive economic progress, or to better protect the environment. Therefore, the right to access information has been included in the United Nation’s Agenda 2030 as target 16.10 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs), highlighting its significance for positive change and a better future for all.

UNESCO IPDC TALKS 2018

27 Sept – Tunis, Tunisia
The third annual IPDCtalks will be held in Tunis, Tunisia on 27 September, with eight satellite IPDCtalks in other countries to celebrate the International Day for Universal Access to Information.