Further to a two-month consultation phase, the EPRA Executive Board adopted the EPRA Work programme 2014 on 14 February in London. EPRA’s annual Work Programme aims to enhance transparency for members and external stakeholders of EPRA’s priorities and anticipated work for 2014.
The EPRA Work Programme for 2014 strikes a balance between:
essential values and core concerns of regulators:
practical/technical issues particularly suited for the exchange of experience and best practices between regulators:
The 52 regulatory authorities which are members of EPRA will meet twice this year: in Budva on 4-6 June, at the invitation of the Agency for Electronic Media of Montenegro and in Tbilisi on 8-10 October 2014 at the invitation of the Georgian National Communications Commission.