Please review the attached document for an update on the upcoming conference:
Please review the document attached below for an update to the activities of the Responsible Gambling and Addiction Working Group.
It has details of the function of the group as well as future proposed dates of its meetings.
The InfoStat Working Group will be holding it’s next meeting on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th November 2015 in The Hague, The Netherlands.
Full details are available from the document attached below.
The GREF Executive Board wishes to thank all the delegates, speakers and observers that attended the GREF Annual Meeting in the beautiful city of Vilnius, Lithuania between May 5th – May 8th 2015.
Representatives of Regulators from over 25 countries were in attendance and we’d like to thank them all for their contributions to what was both a successful and hugely enjoyable conference.
Finally and most importantly; a huge thank you to our Lithuanian hosts for organising many of the events held during the week and in assisting us in making the conference such a success.
We hope and indeed look forward to seeing many of you again next year, in Malta!
For those attending the upcoming Annual Meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania the GCA of Lithuania have kindly prepared the following information sheet.
In contains some information on the history of Vilnius, lots of useful travel information and further details on the events taking place at the upcoming conference.
There is only a few weeks to go until this year’s Annual Meeting of GREF at the Hotel Kempinski – Vilnius, Lithuania (Tuesday 5th to Friday 8th May 2015).
A full agenda is now available for download and review below, or via email by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
An audience of over 50 gambling regulators attended Aspers Casino on Tuesday 3rd February for the annual GREF Lecture.
This years guest Lecturer was David Miers, Professor of Law at Cardiff University. He delivered an excellent presentation entitled – “Point of Consumption Social Responsibility: Developments In Britain’s Gambling Regulation”
A copy of Professor Miers’ Lecture can be found below.