Experts from free expression and civil society communities discussed how UNCAC Member States should implement commitments to enhance civic space, protect civil society organisations and journalists working on anti-corruption initiatives, and improving public access to information and transparency.
On 30 May 2021, Regulation 1049/01 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, will celebrate its 20th birthday. As happens in all life cycles, the surrounding environment has changed considerably in the intervening years, some might even
Patricia González, Legal Researcher and Campaigner at Access Info Europe, participated in the international webinar “Best Practices of Citizen Participation in Improving Public Information during the Pandemic COVID-19”, hosted by the following organisations:
Access Info Europe Executive Director, Helen Darbishire, took part in the webinar “A global call to action to transform the way governments serve their citizens”, adressing the institutional framework for Open Government in Spain and the attitudes of the Spanish
Helen Darbishire, Executive Director of Access Info Europe, has participated in the round table “Transparency and future challenges” as part of the conference “2021 If you participate, you decide Madrid”, organised by the Madrid City Council in
Helen Darbishire, Executive Director of Access Info Europe, participated in the panel “Opportunities for the implementation of the Tromsø Convention”, as part of the Forum “Right to Аccess of Public Information. 10 years of Freedom and Challenges”, which was organised by
Helen Darbishire, Executive Director of Access Info, participated in the seminar Accountability in complex democracies: the role and relevance of the accountability of the Prime Minister to Spanish society, organised by the Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies (
The VIII Congress on the Advancement of Open Government and the VI Congress on Good Governance and Transparency of the Valencian Region were held under the title Multilevel Asymmetries of Transparency and the