21 Feb 2022

OGP Summit Side Panel: How strong is your right to know?

2022-02-21T17:17:43+01:00

14 December 2021 – The measurement of the right of access to information is still in its infancy, although there are now some important initiatives, including from UNESCO and the OECD to capture data from governments, whilst civil society projects are developing more in-depth tools to measure transparency in practice. The current state of measurement of the right to information was discussed at an expert webinar that took place on 14 December 2021 as part of the Open Government Partnership summit. The full video of the webinar can be seen here: https://vimeo.com/657069498 An important conclusion of the debate was that

OGP Summit Side Panel: How strong is your right to know?2022-02-21T17:17:43+01:00
5 Mar 2021

Open Data Day: Access Info calls on governments to collect and publish all SDG data

2021-04-05T12:55:31+02:00

Madrid, 5 March 2021– On the occasion of International Open Data Day, Access Info is calling on governments to collect and publish data on the 231 indicators for the Sustainable Development Goals, in order to measure progress towards the achievement of the goals by 2030, and to release that data following the open data principles.
Open Data Day: Access Info calls on governments to collect and publish all SDG data2021-04-05T12:55:31+02:00
2 Feb 2021

Call for National Researchers in Europe

2021-06-07T12:37:22+02:00

Access Info Europe is currently seeking independent, country-level researchers for several European countries to act as national researchers for the first edition of the Global Data Barometer (2020–2021).
Call for National Researchers in Europe2021-06-07T12:37:22+02:00