Yesterday, Regulation 1049/2001 turned 20. Today twenty years ago, it was put on the books. Time to take stock of the EU’s first access to documents law with twenty key figures.
Seminar brings together several ‘old hands’ in the legal intricacies of public access to documents in the EU.
EUI webinar examines how the 2001 regulation permitting public access to documents has impacted transparency within the EU.
This public online event is organised by the Academy of Finland-funded TrUE research project in collaboration with the Open Government in the EU blog. It brings together practitioners, civil society representatives, and academics to reflect on the first two decades and future of the EU’s first access to documents law. Details about the webinar and how to participate can be found below.