While the Right2Know Campaign launched in August 2010 as an coalition of organisations and people responding to the Protection of State Information Bill (the Secrecy Bill), the Campaign quickly broadened its scope to tackle related issues.
In keeping with this commitment, the Right2Know Campaign now mobilises on four legs:
- Stop the Secrecy Bill: Ongoing mobilisation and advocacy against draconian clauses in the Secrecy Bill
- InfoAccessNow!: Supporting communities and groups in our coalition to access existing information that is critical to their broader struggles for social justice
- Media freedom for All: Promoting a free and diverse media sector by monitoring and responding to legislative developments, educating and organising activist organisations on the ground on these issues, and advocating for more support for community media organisations
- Justice for Whistleblowers: Linking whistleblowers to appropriate partner organisations for legal support and advocacy.