In Italy FERPI has now recruited more than 70 professionals and scholars dislocated in many corners of the country that are actively advocating the sense of the Stockholm Accords thematizing the different values public relations -through a savvy and contemporary alignement of internal and external communication practices- brings to sustainability, governance and management of all forms of [...]
Accords update from Italy. 70 activists, 40 spokespersons, 50 events planned for the next six months
Four full hours of worskhop amongst 40 of the most senior Italian public relations practitioners and scholars from many of the country’s regions kicked off on Februry 16 in Rome’s Luiss University, the 2011-2012 implementation program of the Stockholm Accords’ BRIEF. Following an intense six months preparation by some 60 volunteers and guided, but not [...]
32 senior Italian professionals and scholars from Ferpi will convene from many Italian regions in Rome on Wednesday 16 February afternoon for a four hour workshop to develop a ‘corpo di ballo’ (a dance team) that will begin to tour the country to advocate the value of public relations to organizations and society amongst the five preselected stakeholder groups [...]
Assorel, the Italian association of public relations agencies (member of ICCO), has joined Ferpi in its two year program to implement the Stockholm Accords. In the meantime……
Professionals, scholars, policy makers, economic, media and social analysts from Albania, Turkey, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Israel and Italy met in Catania on November 19 and 20 (read here) to discuss : ‘Local systems in the Euro-Med area. Competition or cooperation? The role of Public Relations?’. The bottom line of the highly stimulating discussion was that a planned, [...]
Are YOU wondering how as a practitioner, student, teacher or researcher you can make a difference in the market place by understanding, adopting and adapting the Stockholm Accords brief? Take a look at this !!
Ferpi, the Italian public relations association, has approved -in its recent AGM- the take off in the implementation of Accords. A national coordinating committee was formed by two central coordinators and representatives of the territorial chapters