Aims and objectives
CALRAs has a broad set of aims and objectives in its founding constitution. The following are some of the possible areas for action in due course:-
- Mutual information and support;
- Sharing advice about methods of law reform;
- Exchanging information about topics for law reform;
- Sharing information about the impact which law reform bodies can make;
- Innovation: exchanging information about successful ways of working.
CALRAs will avoid duplicating work or initiatives undertaken by others.
CALRAs has decided initially to give high priority to:-
- organising a Commonwealth law reform conference every two years (where possible, in association with the Commonwealth Law Conference) as well as other conferences and events as required;
- promoting staff development and exchange opportunities among members;
- developing a protocol about law reform agencies receiving copies of all law reform publications;
- facilitating the development of a CALRAs internet portal, with hotlinks to the homepages of all member law reform agencies; and
- seeking to develop an online training/research course dedicated to the needs of law reform staff.
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This page was posted 15 March 2005
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