Now in its fourth year, the Small Nations Regulators’ Forum was originally created as a result of an invitation-only IIC meeting supported by OfReg, the multisector regulatory authority of the Cayman Islands. It has proven to be popular and membership has grown and now forms part of the International Regulators’ Forum held each year as part of the Communications Policy and Regulation Week. This meeting, held under the Chatham House Rule, looks at the particular challenges facing small nations, with an emphasis on issues of connectivity.
A small nation is a country whose population is less than 0.1% of the world population – currently approximately 7.7 billion across 195 countries.
SNRF members meet annually at an exclusive forum which takes place during Communications Policy and Regulation Week (CPRW) held in a different location each year. This meeting focuses on the particular opportunities and constraints in media and communications regulation in small nations, and the sharing of experiences and ideas as to best practice.
Membership to the SNRF is free of charge for qualifying organisations where members are entitled to the same IIC Regulator Membership benefits.
If you are already an IIC Regulator Member and fulfil the criteria for a “Small Nation”, you will be eligible to join as an SNRF member.
The IIC Forum for Small Nations focuses on the particular opportunities and constraints in media and communications regulation in countries with small populations and or small economies. As with other IIC Fora, meetings take place under the Chatham House Rule.Apply
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