Digital Agenda for Europe
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The Community of Practice for better self- and co-regulation

The Community of Practice, the CoP, looks at the role of self- and co-regulation in addressing the challenges brought about by new technologies and hyper-connectivity
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Are you active in self- and co-regulation? Interested in experiencing, improving and promoting the Principles for better self- and co-regulation?

Share your experience, your views or your publications; discuss with the other members of the Community and receive an invitation to participate in the CoP plenary meetings in Brussels.

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Last updated on 18/05/2015 - 11:05




David Ringrose's picture
As the Commission moves to delivery mode on the Digital Single Market within a new EU law-making landscape, the Community of Practice will pursue its conversation on how to develop better self- and co-regulation.
Nicole Dewandre's picture
The Better Regulation package provides a new baseline for SRCR actions: the Principles for better self- and co-regulation are endorsed and the Community of Practice is acknowledged as a forum to share experiences and to improve SRCR practice. Now it is up to policy-makers and stakeholders to shape the future of SRCR actions. That’s why I’m looking forward to hearing your views at the upcoming 5th CoP plenary meeting.
Patrick Von Braunmuehl's picture
The fifth plenary of the Community of Practice for Better Self- and Co-Regulation (CoP) is approaching. German non-for-profit organization "Self-Regulation Information Economy" (SRIW) will present its new study - “Cornerstones of a Digital Regulatory Policy”.
Robert Madelin's picture
Nowadays, in times of a highly changing environment, self- and co-regulation actions are an important element of the policy toolbox. They are critical to effectively address societal challenges. That's why I'm looking forward to promising debates at the 4th Community of Practice plenary meeting.
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