- Atifete Jahjaga
Knowledge is power. An enlightened citizenry is the backbone of good governance. Empowered by RTI, a well-informed people can make democracy function effectively.
To spread awareness of the effective use of RTI Act among the college youth and weaker sections of the public in support of public causes.
To get their genuine grievances redressed.
RTI workshops / sessions in various colonies, particularly of underprivileged sections of society.
RTI workshops / sessions in colleges to impart knowledge to students on the effective use of the RTI Act.
Train interns, especially students from Law colleges and colleges of Social Science on the effective use of the RTI Act in pursuit of good governance.
Conduct RTI counseling clinics to help the poor and needy to file RTI applications and provide necessary back-up till their genuine grievances are redressed.
Study the efficacy of various welfare schemes being implemented by the government and inform the government of their impact and correctives if necessary, by culling information from the responses to RTI applications.