Maldives is gearing up for implementing Right to Information.
Public Lecture is an important tool to create awareness. Do Participate in this lecture Maldivians interested in RTI!
American Center hosts a public lecture in collaboration with Information Commissioner’s Office, Your Right to Information.
This lecture is designed for members of the public, students, NGO
Access to information (ATI) is not simply a piece of legislation. A country’s passing of such an act signals a change in culture from one of secrecy to one of transparency, and a strengthening of democracy.
Transparency Maldives conducted a nationwide random survey of the Maldivian public in August 2013. The survey used repeatedly tested survey questions and the results are reliable within a margin of error of
After years of persistent campaigning by our partners - Transparency Maldives (TM) and their partners have been successful in getting the access to information Bill approved by the Parliament in Maldives on 29th December 2013. The Press Re
Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative in partnership with Transparency Maldives conducted training of trainers for access to information champions in the Maldives. This includes the Local Government Authority, Human Rights Commission, Ministry of Gender, community theater group, law students, and other NGO
Transparency Maldives developed a Position Paper (Dhivehi Language) based on the previously submitted comments on the RTI draft bill by TM to the parliament and international best practices. The Paper lays out the fundamental principles on freedom of information that a well-functioning RTI legislation must uphold. The Ministry of Ge