Founded in 2017 – and now recently incorporated as a non-profit – congrats to the team!
The International Network for Delivery of Regulation (INDR) is a membership organisation that aims to provide:
- A Centre of Excellence to support improvement in the way regulation is delivered, namely how regulations are received and applied by businesses and others whose behaviour they seek to control, and the manner in which they are enforced.
- A ‘safe space’ International Hub for the exchange of views and sharing of information on regulation and enforcement models, approaches, and techniques. This brings together governmental policy and regulatory practitioners with academic support, to enable strong practical applications of best regulatory delivery practice.
- Coordination of further research and experience on regulatory delivery issues.
INDR is led by:
Graham Russell MBE, CEO of the Office for Product Safety and Standards, in the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Professor Christopher Hodges OBE, Emeritus Professor of Justice Systems at the University of Oxford, and Supernumerary Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford.
Srikanth Mangalam, President, Public Risk Management (PRISM) Institute, Canada.
Hilary Reid Evans, who coordinates INDR as Executive Director and is formerly Deputy Director General of the International Federation of Inspection Agencies.