The Right to Information workshop is a program aimed at educating people about their legal right to access information held by government bodies and public authorities. The workshop covers topics such as the legal framework, the process of filing an information request, and the types of information that can be requested. The workshop is designed to promote transparency and accountability and to empower citizens to hold public officials accountable for their actions. It provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to file information requests, interpret the information obtained, and use it to hold public officials accountable. Another important aspect of the right to information workshop is that it builds a community of advocates for transparency and accountability. Participants can network and collaborate with other like-minded individuals and organizations to build a strong movement for good governance. Overall, the right to information workshop is an important tool for promoting transparency, accountability, and good governance. It empowers citizens to demand transparency and accountability from government bodies and public authorities and to take action when their rights are violated.
You can also join this program via the mobile app.