Law Talks: Darian Pavli on Freedom of Information

Darian Pavli of the Open Society Justice Initiative reviews the evolution of the “right to know” in international law. Darian makes the case that a citizen’s right to get information from his or her government is the cornerstone of any democratic system, and the best guarantee of the panoply of rights set out by the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Law Talks presents conversations with lawyers at the Open Society Justice Initiative aimed at introducing law students and others to current issues in public interest litigation.

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The Internal Revenue Service is almost as uncooperative as the Department of Education when it comes to sharing public information, in the United States of America.

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