Access to Information Programme
Today, 23 October 2017, Access to Information Programme turns 21. During all these years, we have been persistently following our mission to assist the exercise of the right of access to information. We have been advocating for better access to information in Bulgaria and have been taking part in international networks and initiatives for higher standards in the area. We would like to thank all our colleagues, partners, friends, our coordinators in the country, for your cooperation and support. The team of Access to Information Programme wishes you all the best for the birthday of the organization! 
The Access to Information Programme held the 15th Right to Know Day Awards Ceremony on 28 September 2017. Nearly 80 FOI activists from Sofia and the country gathered at the Literature club Peroto (The Quill)in the National Palace of Culture – Sofia. Among the guests were partner NGOs, journalists, academia; officials from executive bodies and municipalities. The 2017 Right to Know Day Awards Jury selected the winners in six categories out of 45 nominations.
The Access to Information Programme (AIP) launches a number of events to mark the Right to Know Day on September 28, 2017 in Bulgaria - organizes the 15th Right to Know Day Awards Ceremony; launches the Access to Information in Bulgaria 2016 report in English; publishes visualized data on the implementation of the Access to Public Information Act in Bulgaria; releases a translation in Bulgarian of the Resolution on the Right of Access to Information and Accountability of Public Services adopted at the 10th ICIC held in Manchester, UK on 20 September 2017
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