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Sunshine Week Teleconference

Sunshine Week 2007

Closed Doors; Open Democracies?

Monday, March 12, 2007

12:00 PM- 1:30 PM (Central Time)
S30B Wilson Library
West Bank Area, University of Minnesota

Topics include:
The program will focus on access to government information, including the impact of government suppression and manipulation of scientific information on public health and safety - and accountability. The dialogue will start with a lively discussion of the issues and end with ideas for action.
To learn more about the teleconference visit: http://openthegovernment.org/article/subarchive/94

Panelists: TBA

Fee: No charge; registration is required.

To register to attend this teleconference at Wilson Library, go to http://www.minitex.umn.edu/train-conf/teleconference.

Also, other regional downlink sites are available. See below for more details.

Minnesota Coalition on Government Information

Hosted at Metropolitan State University Library

645 East 7th Street, St. Paul, MN

To register, contact: Mary Treacy, mtreacy@onvoy.com

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