UNESCO, in collaboration with the Centre for Law and Democracy (CLD), created an open online course on access to information. The self-paced course introduces right-to-information legislation and its implementation, targeting both information requesters and providers. It covers conceptual and practical aspects, offering insights into evolving information landscapes, and core principles and providing best practices tips. The course is available in English and consists of eight modules. Once registers complete the 8 modules and the quizzes, they will receive a certificate of participation.
UNESCO Self-paced Online Course on Access to Information Laws and Policies and their Implementation
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