The adoption of robust legal frameworks and instruments is, by itself, not enough for the enjoyment of rights. What is established on paper must still be realised in practice for rights and freedoms to have a real and positive impact on the societies, communities and people they exist for. We are, therefore, invested in the creation and strengthening of open and effective mechanisms and institutions which contribute towards ensuring that the rights and laws pertaining to freedom of information, expression and the media are respected, promoted and fulfilled.
To this end, we are interested in initiatives which:
The breakfast meetings aim to enable civil society and other actors to articulate, represent and advance their interests and causes to effectively influence policies and policy-making. more