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21 August 2012

Conference on Inspection Reform (London, 21-23 November)

BR experts worldwide have been receiving an invitation to a (free) conference in London on 21-23 November on Inspection Reform, run by the UK government's Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO) with the support of IFC. A leaflet from BRDO " Inspection Reform: the change that matters" provides more background. From the invitation:
"The UK government's "Better Regulation" movement is now taking a very serious interest in this aspect of regulatory reform, as illustrated by creating BRDO at a senior level in the Business Ministry. BRDO (and LBRO as its predecessor) has been working along with IFC on inspection reform projects in the Former Soviet Union and East Africa and both are now trying to bring together the inspection reform community for three days in London. The first day is traditional conference style, with keynote speakers, but the second day is intended to gather case studies and experience from many countries. The third day provides a study tour of some UK institutions, so that international delegations can see this trip as a serious investment in learning. It is more an enhanced study tour than a one day conference." We are invited to suggest case studies.

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