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The Office of the Citizen is the highest office in the land and Government are custodians of information for its citizens.
Regardless of best practices, countries stifle citizens by denying them with basic information for governance engagement.
Access to Information is a human right and should be accessed by everyone irrespective of race, gender, religion, disability and diversity.
This book, draws a comparison on 'what works' and the challenges for implementation among four countries who enacted access to information laws within few years apart.
It also provides recommendation on lessons learned and way forward in ensuring an effective implementation of the Freedom of Information Law.
Jennifer Onyejekwe is a communication for development professional with a passion for issues around access to information and freedom of expression.
She has a Masters Degree in International Law and Diplomacy, a Bachelors in Political Science and certificate in Media.
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