Right to Know Week 2015
Right to Know Day (28 September 2015) is an international annual event which aims to increase awareness of individuals’ right of access to government information and open, transparent governance.
This year, NSW marks this occasion as Right to Know Week – from 28 September to 4 October – to raise awareness of the right to access government information and to spread the message of open government.
The themes for this year's campaign are:
- Switch on open government – promoting a representative government that is transparent, accessible and responsive to its citizens.
- You have a right to know – citizens have a legal enforceable right to access most information held by NSW government and agencies.
Switch on open government and join the Information and Privacy Commission NSW (IPC) in celebrating Right to Know Week 2015.
There is no cost to be a RTK Champion. As a Champion you will have access to FREE resources to help you spread the RTK message to your stakeholders in the manner best suited to your organisation.
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Interactive RTK Champion pack (PDF,858 kb)
Animated RTK Champion Pack (PDF, 1740kb)