• 3 to 5 November 2016 – Clarity2016
  • Clarity – promoting plain legal language
  • 3 to 5 November 2016 – Clarity2016

    3 to 5 November 2016 – Clarity2016

    The Business of Clarity: A plain language conference for the law, business, and government. The next clarity conference will be held in Wellington, New Zealand. Register your interest and find out more at the conference website: clarity2016.org

  • Clarity – promoting plain legal language

    Clarity – promoting plain legal language

    Clarity is a worldwide network of professionals who are committed to promoting plain legal language. With more than 650 members from 50 countries, Clarity is the largest international plain language organization.

 

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Working on clarity at the European Commission

Working on clarity at the European Commission

Clarity breakfast, 8 October 2015. The paper from this breakfast is now available. Since 2004, most EU legislation has been drafted in English, and translated into 23 other languages. Only a few of the writers have English as their first language....

 

Connect with Clarity members in your country

Connect with Clarity members in your country

Did you know Clarity has more than 650 members in 50 countries around the world. Contact your country representative to connect with Clarity members in your country.

 

PLAIN2015 conference, Dublin

PLAIN2015 conference, Dublin

Congratulations to PLAIN and NALA (the National Adult Literacy Agency in Ireland) on a fantastic conference held in Dublin, Ireland.  For more information on the conference visit the PLAIN2015 website.

 

Events »

26 April 2016: Re-designing the Digital Services framework contract (London)

Warren Smith is Assistant Director and Head of Strategy, Digital Marketplace, for the Government Digital Service and David Kershaw is Procurement Lead for Digital Marketplace at the UK Cabinet Office. Together, they will explain how they went...

 

29 June 2016 – FCA Handbook: delivering plain language (London)

Clarity member Alan Blanchard is the editorial team leader at the Financial Conduct Authority. He and his team publish the FCA Handbook, a massive work whose contents regulate much of the financial services industry in the UK. In 2014 the FCA...

 

7 September 2016 – Visualising tax law (London)

Nick Birks works in the Central Customer Directorate at HM Revenue & Customs. He will show us the software used by government departments in Belgium and the Netherlands, and by HMRC, to reveal the structure of the law, and to identify duplication...