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Communication for sustainability: World’s leading PR professional associations meet in Sao Paulo

May 1, 2012

 

Communication for sustainability:

World’s leading PR professional associations meet in Sao Paulo

 

Sustainability a key theme as Global Alliance concludes South American conference & AGM

 

 

1 May 2012, Lugano, Switzerland & Sao Paulo, Brazil – The role of communication in organizational sustainability was the key theme of the Global Alliance’s first South American regional conference, held immediately before the organization’s annual general meeting in Sao Paulo, Brazil this past weekend.

 

Global Alliance delegates from around the world joined ABERJE, the Brazilian corporate communication association, for a day of dialogue on Brazilian, Latin American and global communication trends. Senior communicators from CPFL, Itau, Natura, Petrobras and other leading Brazil-based companies spoke alongside members of the Global Alliance board, with many presentations focusing on how commuication can help transform sustainability from a peripheral activity driven by external pressure to an imperative ‘embedded’ in the organization’s character and strategy.

 

 

At the Global Alliance AGM and Association Leaders’ Forum, leaders of public relations industry associations on every continent traded insights on common challenges. Delegates also adopted governance reforms that open up full voting membership to all associations that meet the GA’s criteria and endorse the Global Code of Ethics.

 

 

“As communication transforms our world, there’s a transformative opportunity for communicators to contribute to the sustainability of organizations everywhere,” said Global Alliance chair Daniel Tisch. “The Global Alliance is unique in enabling dialogue not only on international trends, but also on how to strengthen our global community of communicators.”

 

 

Global Alliance members will next meet face to face at the World Public Relations Forum in Melbourne, Australia, from November 18-20, 2012.

 

 

The Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management (www.globalalliancepr.org), established in 2000, is the confederation of the world’s major public relations and communication management associations and institutions, representing 160,000 practitioners and educators around the world. The Global Alliance’s mission is to unify the public relations profession, raise professional standards all over the world, share knowledge for the benefit of its members and be the global voice for public relations in the public interest. The GA is the convenor of the bi-annual World Public Relations Forum, to be held next in Melbourne, Australia, from November 18-20, 2012.

 

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Daniel Tisch, APR, FCPRS

Global Alliance Chair

dtisch@argylecommunications.com

 

 

Nina Volles

Chief Administrative Officer, Global Alliance Center, c/o USI Università della Svizzera italiana

nina.volles@lu.unisi.ch