Subject      : Mass Communication and Journalism
copyright © 2021   : B P Mahesh Chandra Guru
Author      : B P Mahesh Chandra Guru
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The right to information is a fundamental human right since it is the great enabler of transparency, accountability, responsiveness and responsibility about the functioning of government institutions in India and abroad.
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Right to Information in the World Total views (0)  
Information is a resource and instrument of active participation of people in the process of democracy. The world has witnessed a great movement for right to information which is a prerequisite to mainstreaming the people in a democracy.
Pages: 13
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Right to Information in India Total views (0)  
Access to information is a great enabler of transparency in a democracy. Availability of information to the general public and clarity about functioning of government institutions enhances the scope of people’s participation in the process of governance. Transparency and accountability are interrelated and mutually reinforcing concepts.
Pages: 19
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Salient Features of Right to Information Act, 2005 Total views (0)  
The national constitutions have also guaranteed the freedom of speech and expression based on the free flow of information from government to people and vice versa. Several acts were enacted in India before independence to curtail the fundamental rights of the people and defend the interests of the rulers.
Pages: 17
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Judicial Response to Right to Information Total views (0)  
The international conventions have called upon the national governments to bring about a special legislation to ensure access to government information to the people. The multi-faceted national and international efforts have sought to promote democracy, the rule of law, responsive government and fundamental human rights protection.
Pages: 22
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Evaluation of Right to Information Act, 2005 Total views (0)  
The law enables the citizens to access information and records held by public authorities at the central, state, and local government levels. It establishes an independent grievance redressal system to deal with complaints that arise from non-compliance with the norms and guidelines of good governance.
Pages: 16
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Media Intervention for Implementation of RTI Total views (0)  
The right to access information held by government enables the people to understand the defects in the management of public administration and adopt remedial measures granted in the Constitution. The information resources available in print, electronic and other material forms should be made available to the people.
Pages: 15
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Right to Information and Civil Society Total views (0)  
The right to information has created new opportunities for participatory democracy and development in the world. The networked citizens have changed the interface and aspirations of civil society for empowerment. The civil society is a genuine constituency that sits alongside other stakeholders
Pages: 17
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Right to Information and Good Governance Total views (0)  
Good governance is the means of protecting the interest of people and empowering the marginalized sections through active involvement of government, civil society and the private sector in the management of the affairs of a nation on the basis of liberty, equality, fraternity and justice.
Pages: 15
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Right to Information and Human Rights Protection Total views (0)  
The right to information is well recognized component of human rights protection in the world. The fundamental right of freedom of expression encompasses the freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media regardless of frontiers.
Pages: 13
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Right to Information and Inclusive Development Total views (0)  
Inclusive development is a pro-poor approach which values and incorporates the contributions of all stakeholders to the national development. It is based on collaboration between civil society, governments and private sector actors. Inclusive development demands active Public Private Partnership in the age of economic liberalization.
Pages: 14
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Right to Information and Empowerment of Women Total views (0)  
The access to economic resources, participation in economic decision making, opportunities for self-development, participation in socio-political decision making, skill development, entrepreneurship development, leadership development and capacity development are the major components of women’s empowerment
Pages: 13
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Issues, Concerns and Challenges of Right to Information Total views (0)  
The right to information is a fundamental human right which provides multi-faceted opportunities to the development of the people. The issues and concerns of right to information are examined in this article based on qualitative research methodology.
Pages: 13
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