Centre for Policy Alternatives on 23 August, 2007

National Advocacy Campaign for the Right to Information

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A project jointly implemented by the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) and the British Council, Sri Lanka, the National Advocacy Campaign for the Right to Information seeks to engender a wider awareness of the importance of information in governance and democracy for target groups and communities across the entire island.

The first two workshops in this series were conducted in March 2002. One the 28th of March 2003, a workshop for journalists was conducted in Colombo. On the 31st of March 2003, a similar workshop for journalists was conducted in Vavuniya. Both training sessions were conducted in Sinhala and Tamil.

The complete training manual for these two workshops, as well as the core module, can be downloaded from here.

Core Module
Module for Journalists
Slides / OHP's for Journalists

A report on the first two workshops is available as an adobe PDF
(294 kb)
National Advocacy Campaign for the Right to Information