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  • Einheitliches Bürgerinformationsgesetz für Schleswig-Holstein
    eines einheitlichen Informationszugangsgesetzes dem Landtag vorgelegt Vorgeschlagen wird IFG und UIG zusammenzuführen Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Informationsfreiheit begrüßt das lehnt aber entschieden alle Versuche ab bei diesesr Gelegenheit den Informationszugang abzuschwächen Laden Sie den Gesetzentwurf herunter PDF Open Data Diskussionsveranstaltung Rechtsanspruch auf Open Data Digitale Agenda 2014 2017 Freitag den mehr Pressekonferenz Bevorratung antiviraler Medikamente für den Pandemiefall in den Jahren 2005 bis 2009 in Deutschland Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für

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  • 15 May Movement Demands Access to Information Law in Spain
    draft was produced which was leaked to Access Info Europe in September 2010 Access Info published this draft and held consultations with the public and experts who concluded that it fell short of international standards When Access Info and the Spanish coalition for an access to information law the Coalición Pro Acceso met with minister of the presidency Ramón Jaúregui in March he explained that due to the crisis the transparency law was not considered a priority He promised however to inform the groups within one month whether an access to information law would be presented before the end of the current mandate Two months have now passed and a decision has not yet been taken Transparency may not be a government priority but protesters are demanding it be moved up the agenda One of the most common protest slogans reads there is not enough bread for so many thieves This well illustrates the overwhelming sense that while citizens are facing ever deeper cuts to salaries and benefits a lack of transparency means precious resources are lost via corruption and mismanagement Government apathy for transparency is unacceptable it should be a priority The denial of the right of access to information in Spain is a perfect example of the bigger problem people are in the streets because they feel that the government is not working for them commented Victoria Anderica of Access Info Europe On Sunday 22nd May the Spanish people went to the polls and left the socialist government with little support at the regional and local level A lack of faith in the political system also led over 4 1 of voters to spoil their ballots in an act of no confidence much talked about in the context of the 15M protests In this hostile climate it is

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  • General Court of the European Union rules refusal of document illegitimate
    seriously undermine its decision making process The Court stated that If citizens are to be able to exercise their democratic rights they must be in a position to follow in detail the decision making process and that they should have access to all relevant information Decision in Access Info Europe v Council of the European Union case T 233 09 The Council had asserted that If written contributions were made fully accessible to the public positions of the delegations become entrenched since those delegations would lose some of their ability to justify before their public a compromise solution which may differ from their initial position The Court responded that By its nature a proposal is designed to be discussed not to remain unchanged Public opinion is perfectly capable of understanding that the author of a proposal is likely to amend its content subsequently Countering the argument put forward by the Council that If delegations were deprived of the chance of having calm discussions it would make it difficult for the Council to move the revision of the regulation forward the Court noted that it is in the nature of democratic debate that a proposal for amendment of a draft regulation can be subject to both positive and negative comments on the part of the public and media The Court s ruling comes a day after Access Info Europe published The Secret State of EU Transparency Reforms which demonstrates the need for greater openness in the Council if the public is to follow and participate in the EU legislative process Public debate is essential before legislation is adopted said Helen Darbishire Executive Director of Access Info Europe This ruling means that the European public will be better informed about and have a say in the decisions that affect our everyday lives

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  • 16 out of 27 Member States refuse to provide information on EU transparency negotiations
    Council The pro transparency organization is challenging the refusal of the Council to provide the names of countries engaged in reform of the EU s access to documents rules After submitting access to information requests in all 27 Member States Access Info Europe reports in The Secret State of EU Transparency Reforms that it only has a very partial picture of the positions countries are taking in negotiations in Brussels Only 11 countries provided information about either their positions and or the process of the reform of Regulation 1049 2001 Two of these the Netherlands and the UK only provided information following appeals Of the 16 countries did not provide any information of which eight countries formally refused five referred us back to the Council and four did not respond administrative silence In total 23 countries applied exceptions to all or part of the information requested Protection of ongoing negotiations decision making and international relations were commonly used exceptions Also used to shield governments from accountability were grounds that the information was held in internal documents or might create misunderstanding The report The Secret State of EU Transparency Reforms reveals wider systemic problems with getting information about how the rules that affect our everyday lives are being developed in Brussels The way the system currently works makes it easy for governments to claim one thing at home and to press for just the opposite in Brussels said Helen Darbishire Director of Access Info Europe The severe lack of information makes it impossible for members of the European public to engage in decision making and to hold governments to account The Access Info Europe team will be in Brussels on 21 22 March all day and is available to brief journalists Call 34 667 685 319 For more information in English

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  • Einladung: 5 Jahre Informationsfreiheitsgesetz des Bundes: Brauchen wir ein einheitliches Informationsfreiheitsgesetz?
    das Zugangsrecht zu behördlichen Unterlagen in Deutschland grundlegend verändert Inzwischen verfügen nunmehr 11 von 16 Bundesländern über Informationsfreiheitsgesetze Parallel hierzu haben mittlerweile alle Länder Landesumweltinformationsgesetze geschaffen Hinzugekommen ist noch das Verbraucherinformationsgesetz das Agrar und Fischereifonds Informationen Gesetz AFIG und die Geodatenzugangs gesetze des Bundes und der Länder Laden Sie die Einladung herunter PDF Open Data Diskussionsveranstaltung Rechtsanspruch auf Open Data Digitale Agenda 2014 2017 Freitag den mehr Pressekonferenz Bevorratung antiviraler

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  • Presseerklärung vom 21. Dezember 2010
    verpflichtet Unsere Gesetzesinitiative ist ein Akt zivilgesellschaftlicher Notwehr sagt Manfred Redelfs von Greenpeace Bürger werden mit ihren Anfragen von den Behörden viel zu oft als Störenfriede wahrgenommen und mit komplizierten Auskunftsregeln auf Distanz gehalten Wenn Verwaltung und Politik keine guten Transparenzgesetze auf den Weg bringen müssen wir es selber tun Auch Journalisten beißen bei den Behörden immer wieder auf Granit Die Verwaltung präsentiert sich als verschlossene Auster Wenn schon Journalisten abgeblockt werden wie schwierig ist es dann erst für Bürger Auskünfte zu erhalten gibt Markus Grill von Netzwerk Recherche zu bedenken Sven Berger von der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Informationsfreiheit sieht ein einheitliches Gesetz als wichtigen Schritt zu mehr Bürgerbeteiligung Das Informationsrecht in Deutschland ist ein Flickenteppich Wer informierte Bürger will muss ihnen auch einfache Möglichkeiten einräumen an Informationen zu gelangen Das Verbraucherinformationsgesetz steht im kommenden Jahr zur Novellierung an so dass die Vorschläge für ein Bürgerinformationsgesetz unmittelbar aufgegriffen werden könnten Auch das Informationsfreiheitsgesetz das zum 1 Januar fünf Jahre alt wird hat bisher keinen Durchbruch für mehr Behördentransparenz gebracht Achtung Redaktionen Rückfragen bitte an Dr Manfred Redelfs Tel 0151 18053385 Markus Grill 0171 5310433 oder Dr Sven Berger 0160 7087286 Den Gesetzentwurf und weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www greenpeace

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  • Pressekonferenz über die Bevorratung antiviraler Medikamente für den Pandemiefall in den Jahren 2005 bis 2009 in Deutschland
    und wird über die Details berichten Die Presskonferenz findet statt am Freitag den 13 02 2015 um 17 00 Uhr mit Dr Christoph Partsch stellvertretender Vorsitzender Deutsche Gesellschaft für Informationsfreiheit Dr Angela Spelsberg Arbeitsgruppe Gesundheitswesen Transparency Deutschland Dieter Hüsgen Arbeitsgruppe Informationsfreiheit Transparency Deutschland Ort der Pressekonferenz Kanzlei RA Dr Christoph PartschKurfürstendamm 50 Ecke Schlüterstraße10707 Berlin Über Ihr Interesse würden wir uns freuen Bei Teilnahme wird um Rückmeldung unter 030 8117363

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