The annual report by professional association for Classical Ombudsmen in the UK, Ireland, and British dependencies (formerly known as BIOA), recaps "a productive year which has seen the transition to a more engaged representative body."
Outgoing Chair Peter Tyndall encouraged the group to continue its efforts to expand. "The increasing interest of the European Union in creating access to redress is an opportunity, and I believe that it’s time for the Association to start pursuing a proactive agenda based on an agreed policy position," he said. (OA Publications.)
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