Campaña Global por la Libertad de Expresión A19, A.C.

For Support Of The Right To Information Program

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This grant will support the Right to Information Program at Article 19’s Mexico office to (a) continue the work with women in indigenous communities in the state of Chiapas to exercise their right of access to information as a tool to demand social accountability, expand to the state Yucatan, and pilot in an urban context in the state of Nuevo Leon; (b) publish the fourth edition of the report on the right to information at the state level; (c) increase the openness of appointment processes to key positions for the protection of human rights; and (d) pursue strategic litigation to improve implementation of access to information laws.
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www.articulo19.org 
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Av. José Vasconcelos 131
San Miguel Chapultepec
Mexico City, 11850 Mexico
Grants to this Grantee
for support of the Right to Information Program  
This grant will support the Right to Information Program at Article 19’s Mexico office to (a) continue the work with women in indigenous communities in the state of Chiapas to exercise their right of access to information as a tool to demand social accountability, expand to the state Yucatan, and pilot in an urban context in the state of Nuevo Leon; (b) publish the fourth edition of the report on the right to information at the state level; (c) increase the openness of appointment processes to key positions for the protection of human rights; and (d) pursue strategic litigation to improve implementation of access to information laws.
for the development of Mexico's Open Government Partnership action plan  
This grant will support a core group of civil society organizations (CSOs) — previously chairs of the Tripartite Technical Secretariat of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) in Mexico — to accomplish these important tasks: develop a shadow report to monitor implementation of the third national action plan; support local open government processes by developing standards and providing capacity-building workshops; participate in OGP discussion forums nationally, regionally, and internationally; and coordinate experts and CSOs to develop public policy ideas to regulate governmental surveillance in Mexico.
for support of the Right to Information Program  
This grant will fund the Right to Information Program at Article 19’s Mexico office. The purpose of the grants is to (a) strengthen the capabilities of guarantor bodies of the right to information at the state level to promote and protect this right; (b) increase the openness of appointment processes to key positions for the protection of human rights in Mexico; and (c) strengthen the capacities of women and men in indigenous communities in two states in Mexico to exercise their right of access to information as a tool to demand social accountability.

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