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Celebrate Right to Know Day

On Saturday, 28 September, join the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) as it celebrates International Right to Know Day! The ICO invites all members of the public to come out and talk to staff of the ICO at five ICO “Pop Ups”, which will be held at grocery stores around the island. The public is encouraged to ask questions about the Public Access to Information (PATI) Act 2010 and share their experiences with the right to access information!

The Pop Ups will be held between 12 – 2pm at Lindo's Warwick, Lindo's Devonshire, Marketplace Hamilton, Marketplace Shelly Bay and Marketplace Somerset.

In addition, the public is encourage to come out to the ICO's free public Panel Discussion entitled “I Want to Know!” Embracing the Benefits of the PATI Act”, on Wednesday, 2 October. The panel will be held at Bermuda National Gallery from 6:00pm - 7:30pm. This panel will bring together PATI requesters, information officers and the Information Commissioner to discuss the benefits of embracing public access to information and its importance for Bermuda. Light refreshments will be served.

Press release from the Information Commissioner's Office

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Published September 27, 2019 at 5:02 pm (Updated September 27, 2019 at 5:02 pm)

Celebrate Right to Know Day

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