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International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI)
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is the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI)
The talks will be held in English and French, will have simultaneous interpretation, and will be livestreamed.
Guest speakers include philosophers, journalists, NGO workers, entrepreneurs, academics, community leaders, who are working towards the realization of SDGs, who recognize the power of communication, freedom of expression, and public access to information and ICTs in development efforts and have a creative take on how to share their experience and ideas and address these questions:
After MDGs, why does addressing the SDGs/the specific Goal matter in today’s world?
How can mass media plus universal access to information and knowledge via ICT support the realization of the SDGs/the specific Goal?
What role should duty-bearers play to protect and promote the right to access to information (Member States, the media, UN bodies)?
How can we ensure that ‘no one is left behind’?
Are SDGs any different from MDGs? How can ordinary people be encouraged to ‘own’ SGDs as an integral part of their citizenship/heritage nationally and globally?
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Access to Information: This is your right! (Conference)
National Seminar on “The State of Access to Information in Bangladesh” Challenges and Way Forward
Launch of UNESCO publication "Policy guidelines for the development and promotion of open access"
UNESCO Brasilia Office will launch the UNESCO publication "Policy guidelines for the development and promotion of open access" authored by Alma Swan. The event location will be the recently opened Museum of Tomorrow, in partnership with IBICT (Brazilian Institute for Information in Science and Technology= and the Roberto Marinho Foundation. Around 50 key stakeholders will be attending the event, including high level Brazilian government authorities. In addition, IBICT will receive the The Electronic Publishing Trust for Development Award 2015. IBICT coordinates at its facilities the Information for all Program (IFAP).
Discussion panel “Access to information and development in the age of the big data”
Investigative Journalism and Access to Information in Jamaica workshop
Access to Information: The Right of Everyone in Jordan (short film)
Photo-contest “Into the Lens - Freedom of Information”
Campaign for the right to access to information as a basic human right in Madagascar
UNESCO and International Day for Universal Access to Information – 2016
National Consultation Meeting on Law on Information Transparency and Right to Information
Celebration of IDUAI in Morocco
“International Day for the Universal Access to Information” (IDUAI)
Adopting a Right to Information in Palestine: Significance, Opportunities and Challenges
Round Table on the State of Citizens’ Access to Information in South Africa and awareness-raising of the right to information on community radio and various media
South Asia Celebrations of International Day for Universal Access to Information in New Delhi
Launch of the South Sudan Public Information Centre Website
International workshop on Policy Advocacy to Promote Open Educational Resources in Viet Nam
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