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In the summer of 2007, the Center for Global Communications Studies’s team of researchers – consisting of Benjamin Fernandez Bogado, Emilene Martinez-Morales, Bethany Davis Noll, and Kyle Bell – began a follow-up study to assess the effectiveness and usefulness of the recommendations generated by the Center’s 2006 study1 as well as to report on any institutional changes at the Federal Institute for Access to Public Information in Mexico (“IFAI”) and changes in the political and legal landscape.
In June 2007, the team visited IFAI, met with IFAI’s commissioners, and conducted a set of working group discussions with (1) representatives of the obligated agencies and IFAI, (2) representatives from NGOs, and (3) representatives from the media. This summary report was prepared with information gleaned during those sessions as well as from background research conducted by the team.
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Fernandez Bogado, Benjamin; Martinez-Morales, Emilene; Davis Noll, Bethany; and Bell, Kyle. (2007). Followup Report - The Federal Institute for Access to Information in Mexico and a Culture of Transparency. Other Publications from the Center for Global Communication Studies.
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Date Posted: 06 February 2017