Report Addresses Access, Public Safety in Chile

14 June 2012

Pro Acceso Foundation and Paz Ciudadana Foundation have published a report (in Spanish) called “Access to Public Information and Public Safety in Chile.”

The paper argues that access to public information should be understood not only as a mechanism to ensure probity in public administration, also as “a necessary condition for the construction of a public policy truly public safety.”

The report, presented May 28 at a workshop, contains five chapters and concludes with a series of recommendations.

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