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Title: Active and passive resistance to openness : the transparency model for freedom of information acts in Africa; three case studies
Authors: Brobbey, Victor
Excell, Carole
Kakuru, Kenneth
Tilley, Alison
Keywords: ACCESS TO INFORMATION
AFRICA
ENVIRONMENT
GOVERNANCE
LEGISLATION
REGULATIONS
CIVIL SOCIETY
ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION
GHANA
SOUTH AFRICA
UGANDA
Date: 2011
Publisher: Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI)
Series/Report no.: Working paper / Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI)
Description: This Working Paper is part of the Access to Information in Africa Project and is based on preliminary research supported by the International Development Research Centre, Canada (IDRC) which will take place over the next two years in Ghana, South Africa and Uganda. Working papers contain preliminary research, analysis, findings, and recommendations. They are circulated to stimulate timely discussion and critical feedback and to influence ongoing debate on emerging issues. Most working papers are eventually published in another form and their content may be revised.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48666
Project Number: 106389
Project Title: Improving Governance through Access to Information in Africa
Access: IDRC Only
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