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01 February 2012

Best practice in communicating RR: ERRADA

Providing access to relevant items of legislation, informing the public about regulatory policy initiatives, offering tools to policy-makers, these are some of the reasons for which maintaining a lively website is part of the basic functions of regulatory reform, and most agencies devote significant resources to communication, which at least we experts like to use and compare.
Among the good examples of such RR websites, the one managed by ERRADA, the Egyptian Regulatory Reform and Development Activity, stands out as particularly well devised and kept up-to-date. There is plenty of news about current activities of the agency teams, updates about on-going projects, and expert resources, all pages in both languages Arabic and English. I only noted one weakness: the glossary only covers RIA, and not the other aspects of RR.
For these reasons, the ERRADA website can be listed among the "Best Practices" category that this blog will now be offering, to provide colleagues around the world with a shortcut to significantly successfull examples promoting the concepts and tools of regulatory reform and smart regulation.

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