The study "Monitoreo de Tranparencia en Universidades 2013", conducted by por Fundación Pro Acceso (Pro Access Foundation), evaluates the level of active transparency in 59 Chilean Universities, by analyzing the compliance with the disclosure of 17 items at university level and 6 items from each discipline (Law, Psychology and Commercial Engineering). For this study, the websites were reviewed in August and September of 2013.
Focusing on the access to Information Act (LAI) .1 the present study 'Balanço de 1 ano da lei de acesso à informação pública', developed by ARTICLE 19 South America, presents the results of the first monitoring of decisions involving access to information that reached the Summit of the Brazilian judiciary (Supreme Court and Superior Court of Justice). This report also presents the results of a check-list of active and passive transparency of organs of the Judiciary and the public prosecutor's Office.
The work 'Um derecho débil: investigación sobre el derecho de acceso a la información pública en Argentina' is an investigation made by the Association for civil rights (ADC) through which sought to assess how the National Executive Branch responds to public requests for information in accordance with Decree 1172/03.
"Acceso a la Información Pública en Venezuela (2013)" published by Espacio público, presentes the results of a passive transparency audit conducted between the months of september and october of 2013. The evaluation was undertaken for 70 public agencies in the Executive, Legislative and Judiciary branches, as well as for Citizens and Electoral powers at the national, state and municipal level.
The report "Índice de Transparencia Activa en Línea. Versión 2013" includes the results from an active transparency analysis conducted by the Centro de Archivos y Acceso a la Información Pública (Center for Archives and Access to Public Information (Cainfo)) and the Universidad Católica del Uruguai (Catholic University of Uruguay), with the objective to identify barriers to access public information based on 47 indicators. For this study, the websites of 113 public entities were evaluated between October 10, 2013 March 17, 2014.
The report "Segundo monitoreo al cumplimiento de la Ley de Acceso a la Información Pública" presents the results from an active transparency audit of 74 public institutions in El Salvador. The study assessed the disclosure of official information on the websites of these institutions between March 1st and May 1st of 2013. The evaluation examined 21 items, based on the stipulations of Article 10 of the Access to Public Information Act.
“Acesso À Informação Ambiental: Análise Dos Órgãos Federais” is an academic study about active and passive transparency at the federal level in the bodies explicitly responsible for environmental questions, the minsitry of the Environment, IBAMA and the Ministério Público.
As part of its objective to empower and strengthen citizen participation the organization, Social Initiative for Democracy (Iniciativa Social para la Democracia, ISD), developed the first assessment of compliance with the Freedom of Information Law. The report, Primer Monitoreo al Cumplimiento de la Ley de Acceso a la Información Pública y Estudos de Casos, serves as a tool created by and for civil society, with the purpose to improve the instruments generated by the State to guarantee freedom of expression and access to public information .
The purpose of the audit 'Resultados del Monitoreo a Municipalidades sobre Ley de Acceso a la Información Pública' was to obtain information from several municipalities on the budget, projects, work, personal, among others; In addition to measuring the degree of progress in the implementation of the law on access to public information to its entry into force in May 8, 2012
The Coalición ProAcceso introduces 2012 report 'Acceso a la Información Pública en Venezuela: censura, impunidad y opacidad' with the results of the report the situation of access to public information, organized in four areas: i. legal framework and access: legalization of Opacity II. Freedom and opportunity to access: censorship and self-censorship of public and private sector; III Impunity: the courts deny the right. IV right of petition: silence as norma.