International Right to Know Day
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The International Right to Know Day was proposed on 28 September 2002 at a meeting of Freedom of information organisations from around the world in Sofia, Bulgaria, "in order to raise awareness about people's right to access government information while promoting freedom of information as essential to both democracy and good governance". Freedom of information organisations and advocates around the world have since marked the date with activities to celebrate and raise awareness of the right to information.
- Access to public information
- Freedom of information laws by country
- Freedom of information
- Right to know
- "International Right to Know Day". Retrieved 2012-09-28.
- "News - The Commissioner and UNDP Mark the 2011 Right to Know Day". United Nations. 28 September 2011. Retrieved 2013-09-28. on the website of UN
- "Celebrations around the world for International Right to Know Day 2012". Retrieved 2012-09-28.