Sponsored by the Program on Law and Government's Collaboration on Government Secrecy ("GCS")
March 17, 2008: 9 am - 4 pm (registration at 8:30 am)
American University Washington College of Law In the United States, "Freedom of Information Day" is celebrated annually on March 16 (James Madison's birthday) or proximate business day, at the beginning of what is now known as "Sunshine Week." This program is the first annual celebration of Freedom of Information Day by WCL's [Washington College of Law] new Collaboration on Government Secrecy ("CGS"), and this year it helps launch the "Sunshine Week" (March 17-21) of related activities by media and public interest groups. Panels of leading experts will discuss major issues of current importance to the openness-in-government community.
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Room 603, Washington, DC
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