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Appuntamento con il Summit IPRA a Londra


2 e 3 novembre prossimi

L'appuntamento dell'anno per il mondo delle Rp internazionale è ormai vicino: ecco alcuni dei dettagli dell'evento che terrà banco a Londra ai primi di novembre (in  lingua inglese):
 INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL PR SUMMIT & GOLDEN WORLD AWARDS DINNER: Wednesday 2 November - Thursday 3 November 20051 Whitehall Place, London, UKI personaggi, gli enti e le aziende coinvolte, i dibattiti principali...* Alistair Campbell, Former Communications Director for Prime Minister Tony Blair * Nick van Praag, Head of External Relations, World Bank, Europe and Central Asia * Mike Lee, Director of Communications, London 2012 * Paul Taaffe, Chairman, Hill & Knowlton Other high-profile communications leaders from organisations including:* European Commission * World Economic Forum * Elf Petroleum Nigeria Ltd * Nokia * UPS * ITN * BBC * World Health Organisation * Weber Shandwick * Sony * ASDA'A Public Relations * Interactive PR Group Summit highlights include:* Spin panel debate. Alastair Campbell, former Downing Street spokesman for Tony Blair, joins Stewart Purvis, board member of Britain's Channel 4 and former CEO and editor at ITN; and the Revd. George Pitcher, author of ‘The Death of Spin'. * London 2012 Olympic PR chief Mike Lee reveals the secrets of his successful targeted global campaign to influence decision makers. * World Bank head of external relations for Europe and central Asia Nick van Praag speaks on using PR to influence social and political agendas.* Communicating climate change panel debate featuring British Nuclear Fuels Limited (BNFL) communications chief Philip Dewhurst, WWF European policy office director Tony Long, and climate change expert David Mitchell.* World Heath Organisation partnership and advocacy head Agnes Leotsakos speaks about the challenges of communicating on a global level* A panel of international journalists lay out what will be making the news in 2006 as technology transforms the media.* Workshops on public relations in China, the Middle East and Africa Building stakeholder relationships workshop