Access to Information Programme (AIP) and Internet Society Bulgaria held the Big Brother Anti-awards ceremony in Bulgaria on January 28, 2013, 12.00, at the National Presscenter of the Bulgarian News Agency.
The anti-awards are given to government institutions, private companies, or individuals, who have done the most to invade personal privacy.
On October 31, 2012, Access to Information Programme (AIP) presented its book Litigation Under Access to Information Legislation.
The book is part of the continuous analyses which AIP has been making on the Access to Public Information Act litigation in Bulgaria and is the fifth from the series: http://www.aip-bg.org/en/publications/books/
. Authors are the attorneys-at-law from AIP legal team Alexander Kashumov, head of the team, and Kiril Terziyski. The foreword is by Gergana Jouleva, AIP Executive Director.
Right to Know Day Awards Ceremony in Bulgaria was held on 28 September at the Bulgarian News Agency, Sofia. Access to Information Programme opened the event with the song “Breathe,”
dedicated to the right to know. Promotional materials, among which the Right to Know Day Magnet
, were distributed to the participants in the ceremony. More than 90 attended. The ceremony was broadcast live on Internet. Pictures can be found at AIP web site: http://www.aip-bg.org/about/gallery/
. The Right to Know Day Awards Committee selected the winners in the six categories
out of 42 nominations .
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