Right to Know, Right Now! coalition

Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition is a broad network of advocates from the academe, labor sector, the youth, civil society organizations, and media campaigning for the passage of the Freedom of Information law and the promotion of the Freedom of Information (FOI) practice in the country. 

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New report out!

New report out!

New: R2KRN FOI Practice Report on FASTrAC For over a decade, the Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition has cultivated a freedom of information (FOI) practice to test, make use of and strengthen FOI mechanisms in the country as an essential component to claiming the...

What the facts: Barangay Balita

What the facts: Barangay Balita

A few days left before the 2023 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan election. Are we ready? A total of 672,432 seats are up for grabs for the long-delayed BSKE. As of April 2023, there are 42,027 barangays throughout the country. On October 30, the Barangay and...

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New report out!

New report out!

New: R2KRN FOI Practice Report on FASTrAC For over a decade, the Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition has cultivated a freedom of information (FOI) practice to test, make use of and strengthen FOI mechanisms in the country as an essential component to claiming the...

The R2kRN Transparency Dashboard

On 08 February 2022, the start of the 90-day official campaign period for the 2022 national elections, the Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition launched a challenge, SALN Reveal: Walang dapat ikatakot ang walang tinatago!, to enjoin candidates running for the highest offices in government to commit to (1) Release their  Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN); (2) Support the passage of the FOI Law; (3) Waive their right to Bank Secrecy Law; and (4) Issue a confidentiality release of health records.

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OFW FOI Request Tracker

The Right to Know, Right Now! Coalition (R2KRN), Center for Migrant Advocacy (CMA), and the FOI Youth Initiative (FYI) have tracked government programs directed at the protection and assistance of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) during the COVID-19 pandemic. They filed FOI requests with the DOLE, the DFA, the OWWA, and the POEA.

Requests Filed

Government Agencies Replied

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