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Ensure public access to information and protect fundamental freedoms, in keeping with national legislation and international agreements.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Civil Liberties Advocacy Groups: Protect and advocate for civil liberties, including freedom of speech, assembly, and expression.

  2. Media and Press Freedom Organizations: Work to safeguard the rights of journalists, promote independent media, and ensure freedom of the press.

  3. Libraries and Information Centers: Strive to provide free and open access to information for all members of the community.

  4. Open Government Initiatives: Advocate for transparency, open government practices, and access to public information.

  5. Digital Rights Advocacy Groups: Protect individuals' rights in the digital sphere, including online privacy, freedom of expression, and access to information online.

  6. Community Radio Stations: Prioritize community engagement, diverse programming, and provide a platform for local voices and information.

  7. Citizen Journalism Networks: Empower citizens to participate in journalism, share information, and contribute to public discourse.

  8. Human Rights Watchdogs: Monitor and report on human rights violations, advocating for the protection of fundamental freedoms.

  9. Advocacy Groups for Open Data: Promote the availability and accessibility of open data, supporting informed decision-making and accountability.

  10. Free Speech and First Amendment Organizations: Defend and promote the First Amendment rights, including freedom of speech, religion, and assembly.

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