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Every year, governments spend huge sums of money through contracts, on everything from pencils and paper to building major infrastructure projects such as airports. Open contracting is the bricks and mortar of public benefit, where taxpayers’ money gets converted into schools, roads and hospitals, into things...

The right of access to information guaranteed by Article 9 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (the African Charter) is an invaluable component of democracy, as it goes a long way in facilitating participation in public affairs. The importance of the right...

In light of the foregoing, we call on governments in Africa to work with civil society organisations to draft bills and adopt laws that respect, at a minimum, the following principles: Access to information is the right of everyone: Anyone may request information. There should be...

AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION: AFIC has collaborated with the African Union Commission especially the Department of Political Affairs as well as the Department of Civil Society and Diaspora. Our collaboration has centred on promoting the advancement of the right of access to information in Africa in the...