The fourth edition of EuroPCom will bring together communication managers and senior experts of local, regional, national and European authorities.
Over 700 colleagues from all EU member states are expected at this networking event. Lectures, debates and interactive workshops will focus on major challenges in EU communication and public communication.
The focus of this year’s conference will be on the upcoming European elections in 2014, and more in general on the role and position of public communicators in period of elections.
A first draft programme will be available by end May; registration for the event will start mid-June. The EuroPCom conference teams invites colleagues and stakeholders to send in their proposals for relevant speakers and case studies.
Based on the conclusions of the EuroPCom Advisory Board, a discussion note with scope and the main themes of the conference is available on this web page.
You can send your feedback directly to the conference team (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or post it on the social media pages of EuroPCom (Twitter #europcom, Linkedin
EuroPCom is one of the major communication conferences for EU and public administration experts. The ambition of the annual conference is to improve public sector communication by sharing best practices; stimulating active involvement of decentralised communicators in the communication strategy of the European institutions; enhancing transfer of professional communication know-how towards all political levels; and facilitating networking among those working in public communication across the EU.
The conference is organised by the Committee of the Regions, in partnership with the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Lithuanian EU Presidency 2013, the Council of the EU and the European Economic and Social Committee.