The report "Observatorio Ciudadano de Transparencia - OCT- Asamblea Legislativa. Período: Noviembre 2010 - Mayo de 2012" includes the results from the active transparency evaluation from El Salvador. The assessment used 35 indicators grouped into 5 parameters to measure the quality and quantity of the information that was published.
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.
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 report, Acceso a la información electoral y de partidos ¿En qué estamos? was to understand the regulations and government entities connected to elections, in terms of the practices, technology and internal dynamics that influence the free flow of information. The study seeks also to know how political parties address this theme; how much the press uses the right of access to information, where civil society has occupied gaps in governance, and whether obtaining information through official sources has become a pressure mechanisman or alternative to get key information.
The report, "Protección de Datos Personales en el Sector Público," presented the results from 166 information requests about services and programs that were sent to different government departments, inlcuding the National Council for Culture and Arts and the National Women's Service.
The report, Acceso a la Información y Recursos Naturales: Reflexiones sobre el uso Estratégico de Peticiones de Información Internacionales, shows the benefits, problems and challenges that arise from collecting information across national borders from three cases in Chile. The research provides lessons that can are of great value for future studies.
The report, "Venciendo la cultura del secreto" analyzes the implementation process of rules and regulations related to the protection and exercise of the right of access to public information across seven countries in Latin America: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico , Peru and Uruguay .
The report "Cuarto Reporte y Balance Anual 2011 de la Supervisión de los Portales de Transparencia de los Gobiernos Regionales y de las Municipalidades Provinciales ubicadas en capitales de departamento" presents the results from the active transparency evaluation from 50 regional government agencies in Peru from the executive branch. The audit assessed the compliance with seven categories of information required by the law to be published online. The data was collected between October and December of 2011.
The report "El Acceso y Disponibilidad de la Información Sobre Contrataciones del Sector Público: Como condición esencial para la transparencia en la gestión pública nicaragüense," presents the results of an evaluation of active and passive transparency, conducted for a sample of 38 public entities in Nicaragua. This evaluation used information collected from: newpapers, official websites of the public entities, website of state purchases, information requests made in person, and interviews with public officials.
The audit 'Un ejercicio práctico de evaluación de la calidad en las obligaciones de acceso a la información ciudadana' made 42 information requests and evaluated the quality of the answers.