EuroPCom 2016: 7th European Conference on Public Communication

About EuroPCom

EuroPCom, the European Conference on Public Communication, is the annual meeting point for communication managers and senior experts from local, regional, national and European authorities. 

During this two day event, public communication professionals gather together to discuss how to improve public communication and raise awareness of the EU policies. 

Join your colleagues from all EU Member States and beyond in sharing views on the changing context in which the EU communication is taking place, and about Europe as a continuing source of inspiration.

European Public Communication Awards

The European Public Communication Award aims to showcase the best practices and to promote professional EU
communication at all levels of governance. The Awards will be given at the 8th EuroPCom conference, 9-10 November 2017. Please send your entries by 1 September 2017. Details on applications and rules for 2017 Award.
EuroPCom 2017
Save the date: 9-10 November 2017 in Brussels.
Based on the feedback of the participants and the recent evolutions in [EU] public communications, a preliminary list of themes and topics has been drawn up for the workshops and debates. We invite you to share your suggestions and comments for the programming of the conference by responding to our call for proposals.
Please send us your input for workshops and ideas labs by 23 April 2017. To apply for ideas labs, please use this application form.
All further updates on planning of the 8th edition of EuroPCom in 2017 will be published on this website, and announced on the social media pages of EuroPCom (on Twitter: @EuroPCom2017 or #europcom and on LinkedIn).​

Previous conferences

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Conference partners

EuroPCom is organised by the European Committee of the Regions, in partnership with the European Parliament, the Council of the EU, the European Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee.

The conference is prepared by an Advisory Board​, comprising representatives from the European institutions, regional authorities and professional communication associations.