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 Malawi ATI Bill to rank 15th globally if passed

Malawi ATI Bill to rank 15th globally if passed

Malawi’s ATI bill drafted by MISA Malawi, which was released in November 2015 if passed would rank 15th position on the RTI rating. An Analysis of the Bill released by the Centre for Law and Democracy (CLD) shows that the bill has a number of positive features, including a relatively broad... Read more

No law on election finance transparency in Uganda

No law on election finance transparency in Uganda

While conducting the research and interviews on enhancing transparency and accountability of electoral processes in Uganda, AFIC’s Gilbert Sendungwa and Peter Katonene, held a meeting with Uganda Parliament’s Speaker Hon Rebecca Kadaga, below is what transpired. “Show me a law in Uganda that requires me to disclose my source election financing”... Read more

AFIC is collecting data on election financing in Uganda and Senegal

AFIC is collecting data on election financing in Uganda and Senegal

AFIC is in the process of collecting data on election financing in Uganda and Senegal through conducting interviews and different researches.The process entails holding meetings, discussions and interviews with political party leaders, government officials and various stakeholders to discuss the topic of election funding or financing. Why is this information on... Read more

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development recognised for being most RTI responsive agency in Uganda

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development recognised for being most RTI responsive agency in Uganda

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development recognised as right to infomation most responsive agency in Uganda Read more

AFIC Welcomes Decision by the African Union and European Union to Support Freedom of Expression and Access to Information in Africa

AFIC Welcomes Decision by the African Union and European Union to Support Freedom of Expression and Access to Information in Africa

  Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC) welcomes the joint decision of the African Union (AU) and the European Union (EU) to deepen and broaden support for the advancement the right of freedom of expression and access to information in Africa and Europe. This decision was reached during the eleventh Human... Read more


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Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC) is a pan-African NGO and resource centre that promotes the right of access to information through comparative research, coordinating regional advocacy, facilitating information-sharing and capacity building.

On 22-23 September 2006, representatives of 30 civil society organisations from 16 countries in Africa met in Lagos to discuss ways to promote the right of access to information held by public authorities and, in particular, to share experiences regarding strategies for advancing the adoption of laws that fully protect this right. Read More...


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