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Small Nations Regulatory Forum 2018



The IIC Forum for Small Nations will focus on the particular opportunities and constraints in media and communications regulation in countries with small populations and or small economies. 

Members of this forum will be able to share experiences and ideas as to best practice under the Chatham House Rule.

The 2018 Forum will be supported by the Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica BCJv2

Discussions will be conducted under the Chatham House Rule.  

For 2018 two online meetings will be held, with a physical meeting of the Forum ahead of the IIC’s International Regulators’ Forum to be held in Mexico.  The 2018 meetings will be supported by the Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica in 2018. 

This is a private forum and membership is by request or invitation only.

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The Forum was created as a result of a recent invitation-only IIC meeting supported by OfReg, the multisector regulatory authority of the Cayman Islands.  This meeting, held under the Chatham House Rule, looked at the particular challenges facing small nations, with an emphasis on issues of connectivity.  Report

 Alee Faamoe  

"We were delighted to have hosted the first ‘formal’ meeting of this important forum and look forward to playing an active part in its development."

Alee Fa’amoe, OfReg, The Cayman Islands


“I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every session of the IRF and the Islands meeting. The themes, speakers and discussions have been superb.”

Dr Kim Mallalieu, Deputy Chair, Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT)

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