Coffs Harbour City Council is pleased to be a
Champion of the Information and Privacy Commission’s Right to Know Week 2015
Right to Know Week (from September 28 –
October 4) marks international Right to Know Day - celebrated annually on
The themes for this year’s campaign are:
on open government’– promoting a representative government that is transparent,
accessible and responsive to its citizens.
have a right to know’ – citizens have a legal enforceable right to access most
information held by NSW government and agencies under the Government
Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (the GIPA Act).
Council facilitates open access to
information and promotes the community’s awareness of their rights to promote
confidence in Council’s decision-making where open and transparent governance
is at the forefront.
committed to promoting open access to information by releasing as much
information as possible on Council’s website and releasing other information
informally and more formally through Council’s Governance Services.
You can find out more about Right to Know
Week and the GIPA Act by visiting www.ipc.nsw.gov.au