Event to support how you and your organisation understand and manage the new General Data Protection Regulations. Book now for the 6 Dec 2017 webinar.
CIPR LPS Events
Professional ethics and long-term engagement are the keys to weathering the ‘fake news’ storm, according to delegates at a CIPR event.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to assess whether information is authentic. The ability to critically question everything we read has never been more important. ‘Fake news’ and ‘post-truth’ are a new threat to the reputation of organisations, genuine news media.
Webinars available free to CIPR LPS and CMI Southern members on Intellectual Property, Digital Transformation, Mental Toughness & Personal Resilience, 2017
PRFest, a practical learning-based conference, is back in Edinburgh, from 15 to 16 June 2017. Local public service PR practitioners will be among the line-up of speakers . Senior practitioners Sarah Pinch and Bridget Aherne will be demonstrating why they believe the… Read More ›
Are you an independent practitioner or consultant working in the public sector? You can learn about practical issues impacting on sole traders and small organisations at a free evening event at the CIPR in London on Monday 22 May 2017. Experienced… Read More ›
Could you support your colleagues in PR and communications in local public services? The CIPR’s Local Public Services Group wants to hear from you. It is recruiting for its committee for the coming year and is looking for active practitioners interested in… Read More ›