The Legal Leaks Toolkit

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This toolkit is designed for journalists working in any media – newspapers, radio, and television – as well as bloggers and other information professionals who need to get access to information held by public bodies for their stories.

The toolkit is for journalists making requests in their own country or considering filing a request in another country. It is based on a comparative analysis of the access to information of the 42 countries of the Council of Europe region which have such laws. In many places in the text we have put references where national law or practice deviates from the normal access to information standards. For more detailed information on national law, links are given in Annex B to each of the national access to information laws  and in Annex C to the relevant oversight body (Information Commission or Ombudsman) , where they exist, who should be able to provide more information  about the national access to information framework.

 

Download the international version of the Legal Leaks Toolkit here:


Legal Leaks Toolkit (in English) - Last updated 2014

 

National versions of the Toolkit:

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Bosnian) - Last updated 2014

 

Croatia Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Croatian) - Last updated 2012

 

Hungary Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Hungarian) - Last updated 2011

 

Italy Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Italian) - Last updated 2013

 

Macedonia Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Macedonian) - Last updated 2014

 

Macedonia Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Albanian) - Last updated 2012

 

Serbia Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Serbian) - Last updated 2014

 

Albania Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Albanian) - Last updated 2014

 

Kosovo Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Albanian) - Last updated 2014

 

Montenegro Legal Leaks Toolkit (in Montenegrin) - Last updated 2014

 


 

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