Analyzes governments' responses to requests for information in fourteen countries in Africa, Europe, and Latin America. Discusses factors such as freedom of information laws, civil society, and discrimination, and makes recommendations for better access.
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Title: Transparency and Silence: A Survey of Access to Information Laws and Practices in 14 Countries
Publication date 2006-09-28
Publication Year 2006
, Helen Darbishire
Open Society Institute
, kenya south africa
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