Diverse viewpoints, or misunderstanding? The importance of double checking the perspective.
I’m not a lover of Scrabble. Or word games. I find them quite tedious.
How should a PR professional deal with disinformation? APRA introduced 7 principles
Prague, 18. 5. 2021 – The Association of Public Relations (APRA) perceives an intensive spread of disinformation in the Czech society as a serious problem but also as a great challenge for PR professionals. At the Forum Media Light conference, APRA presented seven principles of how a PR professional should deal with disinformation. The principles represent the first comprehensive set of recommenda
GWPR Report Highlights Boardroom Barriers but Flexible Working May Accelerate Change
The Annual Index is a GWPR (Global Women in PR) report measuring the position of women in PR around the world. This research-based report* is part of a five-year plan to help us understand the issues affecting women in the industry and to measure the progress towards gender equality.
Four ways to elevate women’s voices and make the PR industry a level-playing field
Just two years into the new decade and the world has seen an astounding number of breakthroughs in science and technology.
Why acknowledging the system as biased is not enough
Every year–as we get closer to International Women’s Day–it is essential to reflect on the significance of this date and the reason behind our celebrations, as although it is a great thing to be able to dedicate a full day to celebrating women and their successes all around the world, it would be even better not to have to.
Lessons in Transformational Leadership; An Interview w/ Dr. Vivien Chiong
Chief Communications Officer, Dr. Vivien Chiong has been pivotal in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore’s (NTU) transition to its position as one of the world’s leading educational institutions.