Do you trust research?
Join a CIPR International panel for an evening set to challenge your preconceptions about using research, open your eyes to trust issues in PR and journalism, help you make sense of increasing amounts of data, AND make you think about the ethics of it all.
A panel of leading speakers in their field, will discuss key issues including:
Trust in research
The new world of data
Tickets are available here.
Charles Clarke, Head of communications, HSBC Global Asset Management
Helen Desmond, Client Services Director, Thwaites Communications
Josh Glendinning, Senior Research Manager, Opinium Research
Meglena Petkova, MD Digital Strategies, Finsbury
Eva Maclaine FCIPR, (Chair) Principal Maclaine Communications, CIPR Council and Professional Practices Committee member
CIPR International EGM
Just preceding the above event will be a short Extraordinary General Meeting at which we shall elect next year’s committee. Everyone is very welcome but only members can vote.
Any candidate standing for election to the CIPR International committee should register interest with the chair, Shirley Collyer email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone wishing to stand for election needs a proposer and seconder, both of whom must be CIPR members. Candidates should be CIPR members.
This part of the evening is free to attend.
6 – 6.30pm EGM and pre-networking for non-members (free)
6.30 – 8pm Panel: Using research ethically, followed by Q&A
(Ticketed event. Please book your ticket accordingly. )
8 – 9pm Networking and nibbles kindly sponsored by Opinium
Learn about the ethical implications of research in comms.
Gain the 5 CPD points on ethics which you need to complete your annual CPD.