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Access to Information and Social Justice combines the political and the practical aspects of Access to Information (ATI) research into a single volume in order to help invigorate critical social science, investigative journalism, and activism in Canada. Not only does it expose some of the most important political stories and issues uncovered by ATI researchers in recent years, it also facilitates future investigations by demonstrating, in concrete ways, how any citizen can effectively use ATI requests in their work and in their capacity as socially engaged citizens.
Edited by Jamie Brownlee and Kevin Walby, contributors to this book include award-winning journalists and prominent academics, as well as activists working on the frontlines of social and environmental justice in Canada.
Other contributors: Robert Cribb (Foreword), Franke James, Dean Jobb, Michael-Anthony Lutfy, Alex Luscombe, Jeffrey Monaghan, Christopher Parsons, Justin Piché, Keith Stewart, Kyla Tanner, Leslie Young.
- ISBN: 9781894037679