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Right to Know’ Day
‘Right to Know’ Day celebrates, once a year, the right of individuals to access information held by government bodies and encourages transparent, accessible government. It is marked worldwide each year by over 100 countries including Jamaica by activities that celebrate the public’s right to know. The celebration of ‘International Right to Know Day 'continues to grow globally with the continued growth in the number of countries with access to information laws and public access regimes. The Government of Jamaica guaranteed the right of the public to access official government documents by the passage of the Access to Information Act in 2002. Our theme for Right to Know Week this year is ‘Access to Information: Empowering a Developing Nation’ focuses on the empowerment that information rights provide to every member of the public in the conduct of their affairs and that of their community.
Monday, Sept 28 • Interview with ATI Director, CVM@Sunrise, RTK Day Message from the Honorable Minister, (Jamaica Observer) and (Jamaica Gleaner)
-ATI TV Ad Campaign Launch (CVM)
Tuesday, Sept 29 • Access Rights Twitter Q&A 4 p.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept 30 • Access Rights Twitter Q&A 10:00 a.m.- 11 a.m.
Thursday, Oct 1 • RTK ATI Presentation JCDC- ATI Director
Friday, Oct 2 • ATI Brochure Inserts in the Daily Gleaner
For more information contact the Access to Information Unit: 5-9 South Odeon Avenue, Kingston 10
Phone: 968-8282, 968-3166 Fax: 926-9491 Email: email@example.com Website: www. ati.gov.jm
Social Network :Twitter: @atiunitjamaica Facebook: Access to Information Unit YouTube Channel: ATIUnitJamaica