IOI – Connecting Public Service
Ombudsmen Globally

As of 1 January 2022, the International Ombudsman Institute (IOI) holds a status as “International Institution” in accordance with the Austrian Act on Headquarter Locations (Amtssitzgesetz). With this new status, the IOI will be able to increase its presence as an independent, international organization, the voice of Ombudsman institutions around the world and the authoritative body on Ombudsman matters.
AOMA and the IOI cordially invite you to join a Zoom webinar on the topic of “AOMA and the IOI – Value of Being a Member”, which will be held on 25 January 2022. In this webinar we will discuss the role of Ombudsman networks such as AOMA and the IOI, how they operate, and the value and benefits of being a member.
Jay Chalke, Ombudsperson British Columbia (B.C.), released his final update on an investigation highlighting gaps in oversight of the regulatory scheme that seeks to protect some of B.C.’s most sensitive ecosystems.