RIGHT TO INFORMATION - Master Key to Good Governance - Report of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission, Government of India.
'Blacked Out: Government Secrecy in Information Age' by Alasdair Robert - New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
'Commentary on Right To Information Act, 2005' by N.K. Acharya - Hyderabad: Asia Law House, 2006.
'Treatise on Right To Information Act, 2005' by Dr. Niraj Kumar (Lucknow) andShri Sunil Kumar (Noida) Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd ., New Delhi - 110083. Email - email@example.com
'Global Sourcebook on Right To Information' (1st Edition - 2006) by Wadia Angela, 'Kanishka Publishers Distributors', New Delhi.
'Handbook for Public Information Officer under the RTI Act' by R. S. Tolia (Chief Information Commissioner, Uttarakhand) - Dehradun Natraj Publishers, 2007 [www.natrajbooks.co.in]
'V. K. Puri's Digest of CIC Decisions under RTI Act, 2005' by Prakash Kumar, IAS and Dr. K. B. Rai - 1st Edition [June 2007] - Jain Book Agency (JBA) Publishers, New Delhi. [www.jba.in]
'Transparent Revolution - Right to Information in Action'[2nd Edition 2008] by Srinivas Madhav "Asia Law House", Opp. IOB, Bankstreet, Kothi, Hyderabad. [www.asialawhouse.com]
'Right to Know A Hands-on Guide to the Right to Information Act' by Prakash Kumar, IAS, , Secretary (Admin. Reforms), Govt. of Delhi and Dr. K. B. Rai Dy. Dir. (Admin. Reforms), Govt. of Delhi. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi-14. [www.vikaspublishing.com]firstname.lastname@example.org
'Right To Information'(A Collection of Essays) Edited by Asok Kumar Mukhopadhyay (formerly Professor & Head and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Chair, Deptt. of Political Science, University of Calcutta) published by the RTI Cell of the Administrative Training Instit., Govt. of West Bengal, FC Block, Sector - III, Salt Lake, Kolkata - 700106.
'YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW- A Citizen'sGuide to the Freedom of Information Act' by Heather Brooke - London: Pluto Books. [Second Edition - 2007] www.plutobooks.com
1. ifreedominfo.org is a one-stop portal that describes best practices, consolidates lessons learned, explains campaign strategies and tactics, and links the efforts of freedom of information advocates around the world.
It contains crucial information on freedom of information laws and how they were drafted and implemented, including how various provisions have worked in practice...
2. ARTICLE 19 is a human rights organisation with a specific mandate and focus on the defence and promotion of freedom of expression and freedom of information worldwide.
We believe that all people have the right to freedom of expression and access to information, and that the full enjoyment of this right is the most potent force to achieve individual freedoms, strengthen democracy, and pre-empt repression, conflict, war and genocide.
3. The Canadian Information Commissioner's office is committed to ensuring that individuals' rights to information under the Access to Information Act (ATIA) are respected and that government operates within a culture of transparency and fairness.
The Commissioner serves as an impartial intermediary between complainants and federal institutions.
5. The Scottish Information Commissioner is a public official appointed by Her Majesty The Queen on the nomination of the Scottish Parliament. He is responsible for enforcing and promoting Scotland's freedom of information laws.
6. The Information Commissioner's Office is the UK's independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.