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Right of access to information

Public information

The right of access to public information is the civic right to access public information. It has a dual dimension: first, it is an instrument for the democratic control of the institution and, at the same time, from an individual perspective, the information the citizen obtains is valuable in itself, insofar as it relates to both to the activity and the relationship with the institution.

In a democratic society, the right of access to information becomes an instrument for applying the principles of transparency and accountability to institutions and is thus a requirement for participating in management and decision-making processes.

What is the right of access to public information?

In accordance with Act 19/2014, of 29 December, on transparency, access to public information and good government in Catalonia, all natural persons aged 16 years and over and legal persons have the right to access public information by means of the pertinent request without being conditioned by the concurrence of personal interest, or by the incentive or invocation of any regulation (Art. 18 of act 19/2014).

 Public information refers to the information produced by the Administration which it has in its power as a consequence of its activity or in carrying out its functions, including the information provided to it by other subjects obliged to do so in accordance with the law (Art. 2 of Act 19/2014). The law on access to public information includes any form or support by which this information has been obtained or is kept.

The request can be submitted by any means that allows the identity of the applicant to be recorded, in addition to the requested information, a contact address for communication purposes (preferably an email), and the preferred way of accessing the requested information. Even though the motives for requesting access to information do not need to be explained and neither is a personal interest in it required, if the motives for which the request is made are set forth they will be able to be taken into account when processing the request.

Denial and restriction of the right to access public information

The right to access public information can only be denied or restricted if knowledge or the divulging of the information will harm public safety; the investigation or sanction of criminal, administrative or disciplinary offences; secrecy or confidentiality in procedures processed by public administrations, if the secret or the confidence are the subject of a regulation with the rank of law; the principle of equality of the two parties in legal processes or effective legal protection; the rights of minors; privacy and other legitimate privacy rights or professional secrets and intellectual and industrial property rights (Art. 21 of Act 19/2014).

Should the information contain personal data, access can be given to the information after the public interest of divulging the information and the rights of the affected persons are previously and reasonably weighed up.

The Commission for Guaranteeing the Right to Access Public Information (GAIP) is the independent organ guaranteeing the rights of any citizen not given access to the public information they have requested. The decisions issued can be consulted from: GAIP Decisions.

Procedure for accessing public information

Period for making a request:
At any time.
Cost
This procedure is free if the data are consulted in the place where they are deposited or if they are in electronic format, in which case they will be delivered by email. Making copies and transposing the information to different formats from the original one can be subject to a fee, which under no circumstances will exceed the cost of the operation.
Organ responsible for the decision
Rector
Deadline for the decision
Notification of the decision will be made within a month of submitting the request (Art. 33 of Law 19/2014)
Effects of administrative silence
Administrative silence will indicate a positive response (Art. 35 of Law 19/2014)

You can access the application by clicking on the button:

Request for access to public information

 

Requests for access to public information received by the University of Girona

Date entered UdG Request Date answered Answer
14/10/2015 State of debt of Spanish universities 12/11/2015 UdG debt
02/07/2015 Honoris Causa Doctorates 27/07/2015 Listing DHC UdG
23/07/2018 Maximum expenses authorised for Chapter 1 for 2018 30/07/2018 Chapter 1 Expenses
09/01/2019 Request for data on expedition of official certificates and SET 08/02/2019 Answer
26/03/2019 List of actions carried out with surpluses 2016 29/04/2019 Answer
25/06/2019 List of actions carried out with surpluses 2016 and actions carried out with budget 2018 26/07/2019 Answer
01/03/2020 Agreements and relations with Google and CNI 18/06/2020 Answer
12/03/2020 Test, scores and board of examiners for the post of Head of academic secretary’s office in the Area of Health Studies 29/06/2020 Answer
19/06/2020 Amounts as compensation for service by the Rector during year 2019 03/07/2020 Answer
15/09/2021 Regulations, rules and agreements in force, relating to recruitment, mobility, promotion or professional-career issues of statutory administrative and service staff at the University of Girona 30/09/2021 Answer
11/11/2021 Details of enrolment, cancellations and admission mark in the Bachelor's Degree in Medicine in academic year 2021/2022 19/11/2021 Answer
22/12/2021 University of Girona Equality Plan 23/12/2021 Answer
31/12/2021 List of senior lecturers and full professors from various areas of knowledge 11/01/2022 Answer
17/01/2022 List of expenses as regards annual media subscriptions from 2018 to 2022 11/02/2022 Answer
04/03/2022 Agreements and funding with Chinese organisations, relative influence and communications, from 2006 to the present 04/04/2022 Answer
11/03/2022 Percentage of Catalan, confirming that the teacher does not change language 05/04/2022 Answer
17/03/2022 Number of new-admission enrolments to the Bachelor's degree in Medicine (taken from the Interuniversity Council of Catalonia) 07/04/2022 Answer
04/04/2022 Documents published on the website on provisional statutory administrative and service staff, on the administrative-assistant level 2019 03/05/2022 Answer
21/04/2022 Disciplinary regulations for students 12/05/2022 Answer
16/05/2022 Being able to take away their answers and announcements on the day of the competition PF-CO-04/21 17/05/2022 Answer
09/05/2022 Number of practical-class agreements from the academic year 2018-2019 to today, according to type and bachelor's degree 25/05/2022 Answer
13/06/2022 Employment contracts and relations (Taken from the Catalan Ministry of Research and Universities) 05/07/2022 Answer
16/11/2022 Information about curricular and extracurricular placements since 2014 24/11/2022 Answer 1
13/01/2023 Answer 2
16/12/2022 Copy of the resolution for the assignment of duties to an University of Girona employee 09/01/2023 Answer
21/02/2023 Own staff's educational expenses for 2022 06/03/2023 Answer
25/04/2023 Information about progress made recruiting an adjunct lecturer 08/05/2023 Answer
29/04/2023 Language in which bachelor's degrees are imparted 09/05/2023 Answer
26/05/2023 Tests and corrections of the legal Catalan exam sessions from the years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 07/06/2023 Answer
26/05/2023 Tests and corrections of the legal Catalan exam sessions from the years 2015 to 2022 07/06/2023 Answer
13/09/2023 Information on the grants received by two student associations over the last 5 years 20/09/2023 Answer
04/10/2023 Data for a subject’s thesis 03/11/2023 Answer
06/12/2023 Information about the University of Girona’s relationship with the state of Israel and organisations linked to this state 15/12/2023 Answer

Last updated: 12/01/2024

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