Ever wondered if the government in your country is a trailblazer or a laggard when it comes to plain language? A major new international project aims to find out.

The Plain International Survey will regularly assess how governments around the world are implementing plain language and how citizens view their success. It will use a staged approach over the next three years to fill a major gap in our knowledge about plain language internationally.

What this plenary session will cover
Sandra’s session (presented by Dr Neil James) will:

  • outline the survey’s scope and method
  • outline how the project will develop
  • provide initial findings from a pilot survey involving four countries.

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