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World Public Relations Forum 2012 in Australia

July 21, 2011

 

The Forum, to be hosted by the Public Relations Institute of Australia, is a unique opportunity to gather professionals, academics and students from across the world, to produce important outcomes for the advancement of the profession and share best practices. Previous examples include the Manifesto on Public Relations and Diversity issued at the 2nd WPRF held in Trieste, Italy 2004, the Letter of Brazil, presented after the 3rd WPRF in Brasilia, 2006 and the Stockholm Accords in 2010.

As it keeps growing, the World Public Relations Forum offers a unique networking opportunity for members of Global Alliance member Associations and provides one of the best forums for the discussion of issues affecting Public Relations. The focus on ethics and regulation standards in global Public Relations and Communication Management is also present at each of the Forums.

Follow the WPRF on Twitter at @worldPRforum
The World PR Forum Facebook page is www.facebook.com/worldprforum

 

About PRIA

The Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) is the national industry body for public relations and communication professionals in Australia. PRIA represents and provides professional support and recognition to over 3,000 individual practitioners and more than 175 consultancies nationwide.

Since 1949, it's been PRIA's role to promote and enhance the profession and its status to the broader community. PRIA enforces the highest standards of ethical practice and represent public relations practitioners in the best interests of the profession.

Contact

t: (02) 9331 3346
e: info@pria.com.au