Access to Information Programme
On 13 and 14 May 2015, Access to Information Programme held two Access to Information Days in the towns of Kardzhali and Haskovo respectively. 99 representatives of regional and local administration, NGOs, journalists, and citizens from the two towns took part in the events organized by AIP. The Information Days are organized within the project Civil Center for Support of Transparency in Public Life, supported with a grant by the America for Bulgaria Foundation.
On 13 and 14 May 2015, Access to Information Programme held two Access to Information Days in the towns of Veliko Tarnovo and Gabrovo respectively. 71 representatives of regional and local administration, NGOs, journalists, and citizens from the two towns took part in the events organized by AIP. The Info Days are organized within the project Civil Center for Support of Transparency in Public Life, supported with a grant by the America for Bulgaria Foundation.
On April 15, 2015, at a press conference in Sofia, the Access to Information Programme presented the results of its 2015 Audit on Institutional web sites in Bulgaria. The updated 2015 Active Transparency Rating and the 2015 Budget, Financial Transparency and Integrity of Municipalities Map were launched. In the lack of a public body to coordinate and control the implementation of the APIA, including the obligations for proactive publication of information, the AIP Audit serves as a model publication scheme for public bodies to increase their active transparency.
Monthly FOI Newsletter
NOVEMBER 2014
Concept Paper for APIA Amendments: Why is this Concept Necessary?
Concept Paper for APIA Amendments: Proactive Publication of Information
Concept Paper for APIA Amendments: Seeking and providing information via Internet
Concept Paper for APIA Amendments: Limitations of the Right of Access to Information
Concept Paper for APIA Amendments: Oversight of the APIA Implementation
Access Point - Blog by Access to Information Programme
September 28 - International Right to Know Day
Are APIA amendments necessary?
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