Access to Information Programme
The fourteenth AIP access to information report contains recommendations, related to the access to information legal regulation and its implementation with a focus on necessary amendments to the Access to Public Information Act; analysis of the effective access to information legislation; results from the 2014 AIP audit on the active disclosure of public information online; analyses of the access to information cases referred to AIP for legal help and consultation; an overview of the developments in the FOI litigation. 
On July 4, 2014, Access to Information Programme held a public discussion with representatives of NGOs, active citizens and civil society groups to discuss necessary amendments to the Access to Public Information Act (APIA). The forum took place in City Hotel, Sofia. The discussion is the third out of five planned public discussions with interested groups within the project “Advocacy Campaign for Amendments to the Access to Information Legislation,” supported by a grant under the NGO Programme in Bulgaria under the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2009 – 2014.
The Access to Information Programme presents the analysis of the results of its 2014 Audit on Institutional web sites. The audit was performed within the period 3 February – 3 March 2014. A team of AIP reviewed and evaluated 534 web sites of 535 executive bodies at a central, regional, and local level, public-law entities and independent state bodies. The analysis was prepared by Gergana Jouleva, AIP Executive Director and Kiril Terziiski, attorney-at-lat of AIP Legal Team.
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