Thanks to comparative tables and precise examples, this report offers an overall picture
of the institutions guaranteeing access to information (IGAI) in OECD member countries.
While it does not provide a comprehensive analysis of each of these institutions,
it examines the legislation, the composition, and operation of the IGAIs as well as
their missions regarding the spontaneous disclosure and appeals following access to
Similarly, the report carries out an overall analysis of the access to information
legislation of Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, and Tunisia, and of the legal and practical
context of their IGAIs. In particular, it offers ways to make the implementation of
this legislation more effective, at a time when these countries’ citizens are very
keen on increased access to information.
Published on October 11, 2019Also available in: French