Access to Information Programme is among 36 freedom of expression and information groups which have denounced the Maltese government’s lack of ambition and transparency in press freedom reforms and renewed calls for full justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia.
12 citizens, journalists, NGOs and institutions received AIP's annual Right to Know Day awards 07.10.2022 г.
Access to Information Programme presented the annual awards to Freedom of Information Champions in Bulgaria to mark the 20th Right to Know Day/Access to Information Day – 28 September 2022.
The Access to Information Programme (AIP) opened the Call for Nominations for the Right to Know Day Awards Ceremony to be held online on September 28, 2022 in Bulgaria. The Right to Know Day is the strongest tool in the AIP campaign for encouraging the exercise of the right to information and pushing for enhanced government transparency and accountability.
On 15th of July 2022 Access to Information Programme Foundation will present the 22nd Annual Report on the Access to Information Situation in Bulgaria at online press conference at 14.00.
Access to Information Programme (AIP) organizes the international conference “Access to information – achievements and challenges.”
The event is conceived as a forum which will open the space for sharing lessons learned and discussing the challenges to the implementation of the access to information legislation. Conference PROGRAM
In 2022, Access to Information Programme continues with a series of free webinars titled "The Access to Public Information Act - procedures, obligations and implementation" which were initiated in September 2021.
In 2021, the AIP published the handbook for Bulgarian administrative bodies "How to Apply the Access to Public Information Act?". It is now available in English.
The handbook was created as contracted by the Council of Ministers Administration, and Access to Information Programme ai the beneficiary under project: No. BG05SFOP001-2.001-0001 “Improving the processes related to the provision, access and re-use of public sector information”.