International Right to Know Day 2014 - #IRTKD2014


Organisations and activists from around the world will be celebrating International Right to Know Day 2014 on and around 28 September.

Many events will be taking place all over the world, such as book presentations, activist and citizen workshops, film screenings, radio programmes, conferences on local access to information laws, awards ceremonies and ombudsman events!!

What will you be doing? Fill in this Google Form and let us know! Your events will be displayed on this Events Map.

Materials: You can also download this pamphlet to let you print off and give out and spread the word about International Right to Know Day 2014. It might give you some ideas!

Social Media: Finally, do not forget to let everyone know what you are doing on Twitter, Facebook and other social media! Inform the FOIAnet and we will spread the word as well! @FOIAnet Don't forget to use the hashtag #IRTKD2014


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