Twaweza partners with MIATV for the production and broadcast of the Minibuzz TV series. This is a Monday to Friday talk show in a public bus, 'Minibuzz', that turns citizens' communte to work into a lively debate around a sepcific topic.
Most topics that Twaweza and MIA TV worked to produce are based on issues raised by Twaweza flagship mobile phone panel survey, Sauti za Wananchi.
We will be bringing you all the episodes produced during this partnership, each week covering a different topic.
In this particular episode, 8 men, 2 women and 1 school boy got on board to discuss 'Are citizens aware of their right of access to information?'
The general feeling was that citizens are unaware of legal provisions enacted for their benefit and do not know where to find this type of information. Many passengers could see the benefits of access to information, particularly in terms of government accountability.
The show was based on In the public eye: Citizens' views on access to information.
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