SRINAGAR: The J&K RTI Movement and Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) are holding a two-day state level advanced capacity building workshop at the Kashmir University’s Center for Central Asian Studies.
Inaugurated on Monday, the workshop is aimed to impart training to the RTI activists associated with the J&K RTI Movement and Sangharsh RTI Movement Jammu, a press statement issued here said.
The workshop is being chaired by Programme Coordinator of the ATI CHRI, Venketesh Nayak, and Chairman J&K RTI Movement, Dr Shiakh Ghulam Rasool, it said, adding, Amrita Paul and Seema Choudhary from CHRI presented a draft report of the decisions taken by the State Information Commission on appeals and complaints made in 2013.
Activists from across the state are participating in it, it said.
It said the chief information commissioner G R Sufi and the first Chief Information Commissioner of India Wajahat Habibullah will be a part of the workshop’s Tuesday’s session.