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Le relazioni pubbliche all'ONU il 27 e 28 gennaio. Quando il mondo non ascolta... non sente... non p

Come comunicare attraverso le grandi divisioni? Il tema della public diplomacy è al centro di un seminario che vedrà il confronto fra alcuni relatori pubblici di fama come Harold Burson e personalità di primo livello della diplomazia, dell'accademia e della politica internazionale.
Ecco il programma:When the World Stopped Listening..Hearing...TalkingCommunicating Across Great DividesJanuary 27-28United NationsNew York, NY
Program Overview:Differences and disagreements have too often characterized world conversation in this still-young 21st century. Continents and countries, those who lead them and those who live in them talk but do not engage in dialogue. They hear but do not listen. Cultural, religious, political and economic divides lead to message and media failures. Can we learn to communicate, in the very best two-way sense of what makes communication effective? What can be the role of public relations in creating greater world dialogue and understanding? This two-day seminar brings together some of today's leading diplomats, scholars, humanitarians and journalists to examine what's wrong with the world communication environment and even more importantly, to offer perspectives on how we can create communication successes.
Scheduled speakers will include:Helen Thomas, former White House correspondent, syndicated columnist, HearstPete Peterson, chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; author of several books including Running On Empty: How The Democratic and Republican Parties Are Bankrupting Our Future and What Americans Can Do About ItJohn McWethy, former national security correspondent ABC News; special correspondent ABC's Prime Time and PBSHarold Burson, APR, Fellow PRSA, chairman, Burson-MarstellerPatricia Harrison, under secretary for public diplomacy and public affairs, acting, U.S. Department of State
View complete program schedule and speaker information at http://www.prsa.org/_Networking/international/webschedule.pdf