|Project Title||Right to Information Campaign|
|Supported By||Friedrich Naumann Foundation|
|Project Duration||One Year (Jan 2012 – Dec 2012)|
|Project Objectives||1. To engage policy-makers, government, media organizations, civil society, state institutions and academia within Pakistan to implement The Freedom of Information (FoI) Ordinance.
2. To develop and advocate a discourse centered on the values of equitable democratic and social entitlements – the purpose is to initiate the public dialogue amongst the stakeholders.
3. Building momentum for Right to Information law in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces.
|Geographic Focus||Federal Capital, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces|
|Target Groups and beneficiaries||Legislatures, government official, journalists, Academia, Civil Society and Citizenry|
|Description||The 2012 Right to Information campaign, supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation, focuses upon sensitizing and generating debate amongst various stakeholders, comprising civil society, public and the government institutions on the importance of having a functional access to information mechanism. The campaign constitutes workshops, seminars and a conference at the Federal as well as provincial level in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Apart from these events, the campaign seeks to enable the recognition of Right to Information as an enabling right via development of four animated spots and the publication of a booklet “Right to Information- an enabling right|