7 September 2014

EuroPCom 2014: share your expertise in public and EU communication

cid:image001.jpg@01CF8C9A.CE235CF0


EuroPCom 2014: More than 60 speakers confirmed

 

More than 60 politicians and experts have confirmed their participation at the 5thedition of EuroPCom, the European Conference on Public Communication. The conference will welcome, among many others, Herman Van Rompuy (President of the European Council), Sandro Gozi (Italian State Secretary for Europe), Michel Lebrun(President of the Committee of the Regions), Jacques Séguéla (founding father of the French advertising industry),Dietmar Dahmen (advertising expert) andJoakim Jardenberg (internet adviser and business angel).

 

An updated programme with an overview of the speakers and selected case studies is now available on the EuroPCom conference website:www.cor.europa.eu/europcom

 

EuroPCom gathers every year over 700 communication experts from EU, national, regional and local authorities, to take part in a selection of lectures, debates and interactive workshops and share their views and experiences on major challenges in EU communication and government communication. Registration is still possible until 6 October 2014 (eob), by using the online form on the conference website. Priority will be given to stakeholders from public authorities.

 

You can also join the debate on Linkedin,Facebook and Twitter.

 


Reconnecting Europe with its citizens: more and better communication at local level

 

The EU Committee of the Regions is drawing up an opinion on “Reconnecting Europe with its citizens". The opinion will set out recommendations from Europe’s regions and cities on the future communication strategy of the EU institutions: a greater role for local and regional EU communicators, more dialogue with and among the citizens, a better coordination among the EU institutions. The draft opinion is now published online.

 

During the EuroPCom conferenceChristophe Rouillon, who is responsible for drafting the opinion, will present the main findings and proposals and discuss them with communicators and policy experts from the regions.

 

Have your say on the future communication and participation strategy of the EU institutions!

 


EuroPCom ends with a unique "Unconference" on Open Policy Making

 

On Thursday 16 October afternoon, following on from the EuroPCom conference, the Democratic Society is holding an unconference about open policymaking in Europe.

 

Making policy in an open way is a very different way of making policy. It is about including the wisdom of those outside government. The democratic sector and progressive governments and institutions are working together to break new ground in how this can, could and will be done now and in future decades. At the unconference participants can talk about their own projects or potential new ones, simply sit and listen, or connect with people working at the forefront of opening up the policy and decision making process.

 

More information, and link to a specific registration form for this unconference isavailable online.

 

cid:image003.jpg@01CFA1D9.D7B6A480

 

In case you don't want to receive further information about EuroPCom, please reply "unsubscribe" to this message.

 

 


Les informations contenues dans ce message et/ou ses annexes sont réservées à l'attention et à l'utilisation de leur destinataire et peuvent être confidentielles.
Si vous n'êtes pas destinataire de ce message, vous êtes informé que vous l'avez reçu par erreur et que toute utilisation en est interdite.
Dans ce cas, vous êtes prié de le détruire et d'en informer l'émetteur.

The information in this message and/or attachments is intended solely for the attention and use of the intended recipient and may be confidential.
If you are not the intended recipient of this message, you are hereby notified that you have received it in error and that any use of it is prohibited.
In such a case, please delete this message and kindly notify the sender accordingly.