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Accès à l’information pour les journalistes: témoignage de Raïssa Tshikandama

Raïssa Tshikandama (gauche),  Etudiante en 3ème graduat.   Par Freddy Mata Etudiante en 3ème graduat, Sciences de l’Information..

October 31, 2016 with 0 Comments

Les sourds privés de droit à la communication à Bukavu

Par Misangi Iyalo Nelly Pendant environs 3 semaines, du 20 Janvier au 7 Février 2015, la connexion internet ainsi que la communication par..

March 4, 2016 with 0 Comments

La coupure de l’internet et des sms a causé d’énormes pertes

Selon un avocat près la cour d’appel de Bukavu, cette coupure brusque de l’internet constitue une grave atteinte aux droits de..

October 30, 2015 with 0 Comments

Slow and unsteady: Ghana’s Freedom of Information Bill

July 7th marked the 30th anniversary of the day Canada’s Access to Information Act received royal assent, becoming law. Within a year the..

July 14, 2012 with 0 Comments

Slow and unsteady: Ghana's Freedom of Information Bill

July 7th marked the 30th anniversary of the day Canada’s Access to Information Act received royal assent, becoming law. Within a year the..

July 14, 2012 with 0 Comments

Sierra Leone is Still Waiting for a Freedom of Information Law

Though the government of Sierra Leone has been making very public displays of initiatives that aim to promote transparency, since even..

February 6, 2012 with 0 Comments
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