The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has scheduled a May 15, 2012, public meeting in Rockville, Maryland, to provide information and receive comments on topics to be discussed during the July 10-13 International Cooperation on Cosmetics Regulations (ICCR) meeting. According to FDA, the ICCR is “a voluntary international group of cosmetics regulatory authorities” who, by entering into “constructive dialogue with their relevant cosmetics’ industry trade associations,” plan to “implement and/or promote actions or documents within their own jurisdictions and seek convergence of regulatory policies and practices.” Representing the United States, Japan, the European Union, and Canada, ICCR members hope to “pave the way for the removal of regulatory obstacles to international trade while maintaining global consumer protection.” The public meeting agenda will be made available on FDA’s ICCR Website.