Using RTI Act as an evidence-based source of information is popular among journalists across the world. But the practice is very limited in Bangladesh. The book elaborates what investigative journalism entails, how the Right to Information Act 2009 can be of use in investigative journalism, how journalists can seek information from the appropriate authorities, what they can do if information is not given, how much time it will take to get information they require, and such other practical issues. The book also showcases instances where national and international journalists have utilized this Act and have benefitted from it.

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