Does freedom of information ensure citizens have access to information held by the government to which they are entitled? Or could freedom of information requests pose a threat to national security?
Explore these issues in detail, look at the historical background to Freedom of Information Acts around the world and the implications of freedom of information today. The author uses real-life case studies to illustrate the subject; fact panels, quotes and statistics allow an informed insight into the discussion and encourage lively debate.
Written by Kaye Stearman who has worked in the fields of human rights, minorities, health and development and consumer rights.
Kaye Stearman has worked for international organizations in the field of human rights, minorities, health and development. She is also an experienced writer of children's books and has published titles on human rights and social issues.