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Greenwatch v. Attorney General, Misc. Cause No. 232 of 2009 (13 August 2020)

Greenwatch v. Attorney General, Misc. Cause No. 232 of 2009 (13 August 2020)
High Court of Uganda at Kampala

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Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) - Apellant V. The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) - Respondent Appeal No. AT/NEPA/2010/1

 Jamaica's Access to Information Act was passed in 2002 and came into effect in 2004. The Act grants all members of the public the right to obtain access to official documents held by public authorities unless the information is exempt from disclosure under limited categories provided by the Act. The right of access to information is an internationally recognised human right. Having the right of access to information promotes accountability, transparency and public participation in national decision making.

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Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) - Apellant V. The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) - Respondent Appeal No. AT/NEPA/2007/1

Jamaica's Access to Information Act was passed in 2002 and came into effect in 2004. The Act grants all members of the public the right to obtain access to official documents held by public authorities unless the information is exempt from disclosure under limited categories provided by the Act. The right of access to information is an internationally recognised human right. Having the right of access to information promotes accountability, transparency and public participation in national decision making.

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Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) - Apellant V. The Mines and Geology Division (MGD) - Respondent Appeal No. AT/MGD/2007/2

Jamaica's Access to Information Act was passed in 2002 and came into effect in 2004. The Act grants all members of the public the right to obtain access to official documents held by public authorities unless the information is exempt from disclosure under limited categories provided by the Act. The right of access to information is an internationally recognised human right. Having the right of access to information promotes accountability, transparency and public participation in national decision making.

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Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) - Apellant V. The Mines and Geology Division (MGD) - Respondent Appeal No. AT/MGD/2006/1

Jamaica's Access to Information Act was passed in 2002 and came into effect in 2004. The Act grants all members of the public the right to obtain access to official documents held by public authorities unless the information is exempt from disclosure under limited categories provided by the Act. The right of access to information is an internationally recognised human right. Having the right of access to information promotes accountability, transparency and public participation in national decision making.

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ClientEarth v. European Food Safety Authority

ClientEarth v. European Food Safety Authority & European Commission, Case C‑615/13 P
European Court of Justice

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Giustiniani, Rubén Héctor v. Y.P.F. S.A

Giustiniani, Rubén Héctor v. Y.P.F. S.A  (November 10, 2015)
Supreme Court of Argentina 

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Fish Legal v. Information Commissioner

Fish Legal v. Information Commissioner, Case C‑279/12 (December 19, 2013)
ECLI:EU:C:2013:853
Court of Justice for the European Union

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R (on the application of Evans) v. Attorney General

R (on the application of Evans) v. Attorney General [2014] EWCA Civ 254
England and Wales Court of Appeal

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