The draft Recommendation on International Regulatory Co-operation to Tackle Global Challenges is hereby made available for public consultation.
As a recognised essential building block of regulatory policy, International Regulatory Cooperation (IRC) provides basic tools for adapting laws and regulations to challenges that are transboundary, if not global, in nature, are not limited to one policy field and can only be effectively addressed by governments through collective responses grounded in international co-operation.
Drawing on the Best Practice Principles on International Regulatory Co-operation, that was published on 30 July 2021, the draft Recommendation is built around three main pillars:
This public consultation aims to reach government officials, domestic regulators, international organisations, civil society organisations, and interested citizens and stakeholders from all over the world to ensure that the text of the draft legal instrument reflects the experience, needs and aspirations of the international community.
Further information on the OECD work on International Regulatory Co-operation is available here.
The deadline for comments on the draft Recommendation was 11 March 2022. The public consultation is now closed.
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