EU Transparency Campaign Update
13 April 2012 – The 20 civil society demands on the future of the EU access to documents regulation were once again sent to the Member State representatives who are negotiating the reform of the access to information rules that apply to EU institutions.
As of 11 April 2012, date the demands were sent, the 20 demands had been endorsed by 72 NGOs, 3 Information Commissioners, 7 Civil Society Coalitions representing 349 organisations and 13 individuals. You can see them here.
Many thanks to you all!
The table below outlines the dates of the WPI meetings and the evolution of the campaign. We need your help to dramatically increase the next batch of sign-ons! Please do all you can to circulate the campaign around your networks. At the moment, the 20 demands on the future of the EU access to documents Regulation can be found in English, French, Spanish and Polish, and more campaign information can be found at: http://www.access-info.org/en/european-union. To sign up just email Anne Vandelle at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your organisation and your logo.
|Working Party on Information Meeting
||Number of endorsements to the 20 demands on EU transparency|
|9 March 2012||30 non-governmental organisations (NGOs)|
|27 March 2012||67 NGOs, 3 Information Commissioners, 6 Civil society networks representing 249 organisations|
|13 April 2012
demands sent on 11 April
|72 NGOs, 3 Information Commissioners, 7 Civil Society Coalitions representing 349 organisations and 13 individuals|
|27 April 2012
demands will be sent on 24 April