GuidlinesFOI/RTI laws lay down the processes for requesting and supplying information. Often the language employed in the texts of the laws, rules and regulations to describe these processes is technical. Governments have a duty to explain these processes in simple words in a language that people understand easily. Civil society organisations have also developed user guides for drafting information requests and letters of appeal or complaint if information is not provided. In this section you will find guides and FAQs published by governments and civil society for the assistance of citizens and public authorities.
In this section you will find User Guides and educational material containing Tips for requestors for accessing information under the respective FOI/RTI laws in South Asia.
In this section you will find Frequently Asked Questions compiled by governments and civil society organizations that are aimed at helping citizens and public authorities to understand the processes of seeking information better.
In this section you will find guides developed by governments and civil society for authorities and organizations for the purpose of implementing the FOI/RTI laws in South Asia.
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