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RTI AWARENESS PROGRAMME FOR CIVIL SOCIETY

The Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI) as part of its on-going Right to Information (RTI) awareness program in the country, this week conducted its training in Tamil for the civil Society in the Batticaloa. The sessions held on the 27th of August 2017 at Hotel Bridge View, consisted 50 participants from the Batticaloa.

The program is designed to promote the use of the RTI Act, communicate the Act in a simplified manner, the benefits of the law and practical issues when requesting for information.  Sessions was conducted by Attorneys Mr Ainkaran Kugadasan and Mr.Ameen Hussain

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