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A right to know, have or do something

access

noun

the right or opportunity to have or use something that will bring you benefits

entry

noun

the right or ability to go into a place

entrance

noun

the right or ability to go into a place

voice

noun

the right or opportunity to express your opinions and influence what happens

right

noun

something that you are morally or legally allowed to do or have

priority

noun

the right to go before someone or something else, or to receive something before they do

entry

noun

the right to become a member of an organization, profession, or other group

permission

noun

the right to do something that is given to you by someone in authority

concession

noun

a right that is given to a person or group, for example to sell something or do a particular activity

public interest

noun

the fact that the public has a right to know about something because it affects them

hostile architecture

the design of buildings or public spaces in a way which discourages people from touching, climbing or sitting on them …

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boots on the ground

a situation in which a country's armed forces are physically present in an area of conflict …

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