Brazil—an emerging world power—disclosed its UFO documents to its people in 2005, in no small part the results of the efforts of jovial, white-haired civilian researcher A. J. Gevaerd. Gevaerd, publisher of the world’s currently most widely-read UFO magazine (Revista UFO), provided a stunningly detailed presentation on noteworthy UFO events in his country and the military’s reaction to them.
Over 5,000 documents are archived on Gevaerd’s magazine’s site (www.UFO.com.br), which hopefully, will one day be translated into English.
March 2007 -some 100,000 documents on supposed UFOs and sightings of other unexplained phenomena that the French space agency is publishing on the Internet. France is the first country to put its entire weird sightings archive online, said Jacques Patenet, who heads the space agency’s UFO cell — the Group for Study and Information on Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena. (www.cnes-geipan.fr/)
In 2006, Australia joined the list of countries that have been releasing government-held UFO files into the public domain. (http://www.ufoevidence.org/topics/australia.htm)
The release from the UK has happened in stages starting in May of 2008-2010: The release is by decade which indicates the mass quantity of evidence… They are available online through the UK National archives. (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ufos/)
February 2009 The Canadian Government has authorized open public access to thousands of federal government documents concerning UFOs. A total of 9500 digitized documents spanning the years 1947 to the early 1980s have been made available through the Library and Archives Canada website. Titled “Canada’s UFOs: The Search for the Unknown” the files include correspondence, reports, memos and procedures, some of which specifically deal with UFOs. The files come from Canada’s National Defense Department, the Department of Transport, the National Research Council, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. (http://www.ufocasebook.com/canadiangovernmentfiles.html)
The Danish Air Force has followed France and the UK, and released UFO Files to the Public (released on the 28th January 2009)