The Right to Information is a Fundamental Human Right

Not enough information denies people the opportunity to develop their potential on the fullest and realize the complete range of their own human rights. Person personality, political and social identity and economic capability are all shaped by the information that’s available to each person and society at significant. The right to get into information underpins all human right. By way of example, freedom of term and thought inherently rely on the availability of adequate information to express to opinions. The realization from the right to individual safety also requires that men and women have sufficient information to guard themselves. All public bodies should be required to establish open, accessible internal devices for ensuring the human right to receive information; what the law states should provide with regard to strict time limits with the processing of requests for information and require that any refusals be combined with substantive written causes of the refusal.