We wanted to recognise the work being done by all those supporting communications in local and central government at this difficult time. We have created a short video to represent just some of the different roles communicators have during this emergency.
“Too many freelancers are falling between the gaps in the package of COVID-19 support that has been announced,” warns CIPR LPS Committee Member Dominic Ridley-Moy, following research.
CIPR Public Services Committee on how communications practitioners can support Governments in tackling misinformation and fake news on the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The main blood donor centres are still open for donations. Travel to the sites to donate is categorised as ‘essential travel’, under the new restrictions in force (24 March 2020).
A call for UK public sector crisis experts to join a virtual advisory group has been put out by the CIPR Local Public Services Group. Kerry Sheehan, Chair Chair CIPR LPS says: “We are moving into a different phase of… Read More ›
Due to the current situation in the UK and globally with coronavirus/Covid-19, the CIPR public services group will focus on sharing important information updates for communicators on the coronavirus for the foreseeable future. We will, of course, regularly review this… Read More ›
This resource on coronavirus (COVID-19) is updated daily to support communicators. It provides links and resources, categorised into topic sections. The information within including updates from official sources, web and social assets, can assist practitioners supporting communications in the public sector and other fields.
When it comes to child or vulnerable adult protection issues, what support is out there for communication professionals? I’ve had Simon Israel and his Channel Four News camera crew in the lobby, waiting to interview the Director of Children’s Services… Read More ›