The TAI coalition in Guatemala seeks to understand and improve the current state of access rights in order to achieve the implementation of Principle 10. Much of their work uses the Law on Access to Public Information, which was passed in 2008 after months of analysis and debate, as a foundation.
The TAI Guatemala coalition is led by the Red Nacional de Formación e Investigación Ambiental (REDFIA). REDFIA seeks to strengthen the coordination between university research centers and the government authorities responsible for environmental management in order to further social and environmental research.
The TAI coalition in Guatemala has been involved in the Principle 10 process for Latin America and the Caribbean by participating in the negotiations process and working in collaboration with other TAI partners at the regional level.