Ofcom's activities and those of the companies it regulates are increasingly influenced by international developments.
We publish our responses to international consultations.
We strive to be open and transparent with UK stakeholders and consumer groups about our international activities and aim to regularly communicate with them, both through publishing agendas and slides of previous meetings, ad-hoc meetings, and briefing and coordination sessions covering all areas of work and electronic forums.
We host an International Stakeholders Forum (ISF) every four months. This is the primary means through which we aim to update UK stakeholders on our international activities. We also use these as an opportunity to share information, as well as impressions, on international policy developments.
You can out more about the ISF and access meeting materials in International stakeholder engagement.
As well as this forum, we hold dedicated spectrum briefing sessions.
For further information, if you want to be added to the circulation list or you would like to request a visit, please email email@example.com
Ofcom manages the UK spectrum allocation and has a duty to ensure it is used in the most effective way.
We work to ensure international regulatory frameworks within which the UK, Ofcom and our stakeholders operate are practical, proportionate and serve the interests of UK citizens and consumers.
Our European activities in relation to content fall within Ofcom’s strategic priority to provide appropriate assurances to audiences on standards of content services.
Our international activities in relation to post fall within Ofcom’s strategic priority to engage with the development of international regulatory frameworks within which the UK, Ofcom and our stakeholders operate