September 28 is the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI)
In celebration of the second international Day for Universal Access to Information On Thursday, September 28, the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) will host ‘IPDCtalks: Powering Sustainable Development with Access to Information.’ Details: http://en.unesco.org/powering-sustainable-development-access-information/live-webcast-ipdctalks
The ‘IPDCtalks’ will elaborate on the importance of Access to Information for all sustainable development efforts around the world. It features a series of attractive and dynamic talks from global public leaders, prominent journalists, young intellectuals and community leaders.
In November 2015, UNESCO adopted a resolution (38 C/70) declaring September 28 of every year as International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI).
The celebration for universal access to information will kick-start in Tunisia on September 25, with a panel event gathering around 250 participants to discuss progress and new initiatives around Tunisia’s Access to Information law. The country’s legislation on access to information is ranked by specialized observers among the “top-ten” best in the world in terms of its adherence to international standards. Mr. Frank La Rue, Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information Sector of UNESCO is to address the event, among other high-level representatives from government, media and civil society.
— UNESCO (@UNESCO) September 23, 2017
— UNESCO (@UNESCO) September 25, 2017
— Media Rights Agenda (@MRA_Nigeria) September 23, 2017
- Will IDUAI events have livestreaming and archived videos?
- Will IDUAI presentations accept questions from remote participants?
- Can IDUAI videos be embedded on other websites?
- Are there relevant wikis or google docs relevant to this campaign?