See you 2012 in Melbourne

The next host for World Public Relations Forum will be the Public Relations Institute of Australia.

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See you in Melbourne 19-21 November 2012!


New hub for the Stockholm Accords

The Global Alliance has created a new digital hub as home for the Stockholm Accords, created at the World PR Forum in Stockholm in June. Please visit the HUB and, by posting and commenting your ideas, experiments, experiences and processes, help us shape the future of public relations by inspiring and being inspired by your [...]


Presentations and video from WPRF

The video material and most of the presentations made at World PR Forum are now available online.


The day after #wprf2010

It´s the day after the World Public Relations Forum and two intense, inspiring, singing and networking days are over. Miss it already? See the pictures on Flickr, watch the webcast later this week and see the discussion on Twitter. Song was a common theme at the event. The opening act was Eric Whitacre´s virtual choir  where 185 [...]


Meet the sponsors during the World PR Forum

Seven companies are supporting the World Public Relations Forum to make it this summer’s top communication event. What are their expectations in terms of the partnership? And how do they intend to highlight their presence during the conference? Cision Why have you chosen to sponsor the World Public Relations Forum? The Swedish Public Relations Association’s members [...]