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In the Small Nations Regulators’ Forum (SNRF), media and communications regulators from small – or, as in my case, micro – nations/economies gather: discussing their specific issues, and sharing experience and best practice.

The SNRF is one of the many positive examples of the IIC’s efforts to cater for all stakeholders in a targeted fashion. Its requirement of holding discussions under the Chatham House Rule fosters open debate and in-depth exchanges of views between industry and regulators.

For me, one of the key benefits is to come out of the meeting with a raised spirit. I know I’m not alone with my specific challenges and that I made new friends I can call for advice. I am pleased to serve as Chair going into 2020 and look forward to our discussions very much.

Dr Rainer Schnepfleitner, Chair, Small Nations Regulators’ Forum 2020;
Director, Office for Communications (AK), Liechtenstein


The aim of the SNRF is to focus on media and communications regulatory issues as they apply to countries with small populations and/or small economies.

Find out more including how to join

Resources for members only

Understanding Regulatory Powers and Legislation in Times of Pandemic 24.08.2020
Effective and Efficient Regulation in Small Nations 29.06.2019
Data Protection Law, Cayman Islands 05.01.2020
Telecom Regulation in Small Island Nations 06.01.2020
2003 - Net Neutrality
Internet Connectivity and Net Neutrality in Small Nations 06.01.2020
Dealing with Emerging Threats to Democracy & Social Stability 06.01.2020
Understanding Regulation on a Minute Scale – A Gibraltar Perspective 06.01.2020

Past Events

8th October 2019
London, UK The Cost of Regulation in a Small Nation
7th October 2018
Mexico City How Can the Retention of Domestic Revenue Be Improved in a Converged Environment?
8th October 2017
Brussels Small Nations Regulators’ Forum 2017
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