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A committee of the Pakistan Senate recommended amendments (link) to the draft Right to Information Bill 2013 aiming to improve and ensure dissemination of information to the people. After much debate, the committee abolished the provision which had left the authority to implement the RTI law in the hands of the executive, despite passage in the parliament. The committee noted that ample time be given to the government departments to create the infrastructure for prompt dissemination of information. Due to the voting, nongovernmental organizations receiving government funds were to be included in the scope. The eligibility criteria for being a Commissioner would now include - a retired senior bureaucrat, a former parliamentarian, person having a known public service record including a media professional was noted. Changes in the removal process of the chairman of the information commission were also recommended. The modified bill was referred to both houses of the legislature for approval.

CHRI Posts of The Week

The Central Right to Information Act has entered the 10th year of its implementation this year. Earlier, we had released a rapid study on the status of the Information Commissions established under the two RTI laws in India and the other upon the usage of the RTI law by the citizens. This report presents our findings about the improvement (or the lack of it) in the working of Information Commissions as well the use of the RTI law by people across the country since the publication of our previous reports. The detailed report can be accessed here...

Interactive Map of Access to Information

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September 28 was international Right to Know Day. To commemorate this occassion, CHRI has produced an interactive map that allows one to explore the status of access to information in each of the countries of the Commonwealth. To view this map click here

CHRI 2013 REPORT to CHOGM

CHRI’s 2013 report to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), The Missing Link: A Commonwealth Commissioner for Human Rights, finds that the Commonwealth’s existing mechanisms to hold Members States to account over their human rights record are inadequate. The report calls for the Commonwealth to establish a Commissioner for Human Rights. Now more than ever before there is value in the appointment of a Commonwealth Commissioner for Human Rights, who will rebuild the confidence of its people and ensure a renewed, relevant and sustainable Commonwealth.

Please click here for the Executive Summary.

Janane Ka Haq: RTI exposes foreign funding in NGOs
Courtesy DD News
'Systemic reforms is the key to better policing' This new video by CHRI narrates the story of police reforms in India, describing how colonial-era laws continue to influence the functioning of the police as a force and not a service meant for the public. This video explains in about four minutes the  Supreme Court directives which provide pathways for meaningful reform, thus emphasising the point: "Systemic Reforms is the Key to Better Policing".

 

 
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