Report launch: #MyRightToKnow in Times of Crisis panel discussion
10.30 am – 12.00 pm
RTI Online Survey launch
As part of our IDUAI campaign, we will be conducting an online survey from 28 September to 12 October 2021 to find out if Malaysians are aware about their Right to Information. We also want to know what information matters to them and their experiences in trying to access government-held information.
You are invited to participate in this survey as your response will provide us with important and real-time data regarding your experience of accessing information and its constraints.
To access the survey, click here.
Research on the RTI implementation structures in Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Australia, and the United Kingdom
Access to information is a human right that should be given constitutional status. The objective of this research is to compare models of RTI legislation and assess the effectiveness of the implementation of laws. The countries examined here are Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India, Afghanistan, the United Kingdom (UK) and Australia.
Read the full report here