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Principles of Evidence-Based Legislation

Presented on 26 February 2021 at the Science and Parliament: Evidence-based Legislation webinar jointly organized by Austral University School of Government and the International Network for Government Science Advice

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Principles of Evidence-Based Legislation

  1. 1. Principles of Evidence-Based Legislation Dr Fotis Fitsilis Scientific Service, Hellenic Parliament Science and Parliament Evidence-based Legislation Friday, 26 February 2021
  2. 2. To begin with …  Necessity: evidence-based policy making  Through: legislation fit for purpose  Prerequisites: scientific evidence and data Science theories, methods, approaches, analyses etc. Datasets validated, structured, standardized Big Open Legislative Data (BOLD) Principles of evidence-based legislation
  3. 3. The Policy Cycle © Better Europe BV 2021 Principles of evidence-based legislation Governments or Parliaments? both – and beyond
  4. 4. But how? Tools, standards, training  Tools and services  legal informatics  Global standards and vocabularies  AKM, ELI  Working procedures  custom (digital) skills Principles of evidence-based legislation
  5. 5. Example: “The Greek job” Legal Interoperability Lab The ManyLaws project  National School of Gov.  Type: training  Target group: senior public service  Authoring tool: LEOS  Standards: AKN  Language: GR  Features: Proof-of- Concept  Int’l consortium  Type: service  Target group: users of legal data  Tool: online platform  Standards: AKN, DCAT, ELI  Languages: GR, EN, DE  Features: Comparative analysis/visualizations Principles of evidence-based legislation
  6. 6. Principles of evidence-based legislation Conclusions and (research) outlook  New skills: digital and conventional  Parliament: strong research service  Ground for institutional cooperation  Massive investments necessary  Some research questions: o What is the place of EBL in the future parliament? o How to support smaller (or weaker) institutions? o Margin for inter-parliamentary cooperation? (see e.g. IPU)
  7. 7. Disclaimer: The information and views set out in this presentation are only those of the author and do not reflect the official opinion of the Hellenic Parliament. Contact fitsilisf @ parliament.gr https://fitsilis.gr Principles of evidence-based legislation