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19.12.2016

MISA Malawi applauds Parliament for passing Access to Information Bill

MISA Malawi applauds the National Assembly for passing the much-awaited Access to Information (ATI) Bill on Wednesday, December 14, 2016. We have confidence that President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika will assent to the bill...[more]


10.12.2016

International Human Rights Day: APAI Statement

Statement of the African Platform on Access to Information (APAI) on International Human Rights Day, 2016   On 10 December 2016, International Human Rights Day, the African Platform on Access to Information (APAI)...[more]


10.12.2016

16 Days of Activism: @APAI_WG on Access to Information and Development - Human Rights

10 December is International Human Rights Day. Today we #StandUp4Human Rights.


08.12.2016

16 Days of Activism: @APAI_WG on Access to Information and Development - Anti-Corruption

Tomorrow, 9 December, is International Anti-Corruption Day. This year's official theme: United Against Corruption for Development, Peace and Security. Corruption is a global concern, it negatively impacts a country's...


06.12.2016

16 Days of Activism: @APAI_WG on Access to Information and Development - Extractive Industry

Access to information in the extractives sector is important not just for monitoring resources, but also for driving ethical practices to ensure the best conditions for the environment to recover and strive. [more]


05.12.2016

16 Days of Activism: @APAI_WG on Access to Information and Development - Socio-Economic Rights

5 December is also International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development. We applaud all African volunteers for their dedication, committment and passion to promote sustainable social and economic development on the...


05.12.2016

16 Days of Activism: @APAI_WG on Access to Information and Development - Environment

5 December is World Soil Day. Today we stress the need for access to information on environmental matters, being a vital instrument for environmental protection, affecting present and future generations.


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