EuroPCom 2018: 9th European Public Communication Conference  

The 9th edition of EuroPCom will take place on Thursday 8 and Friday 9 November 2018. With the 2019 European Parliament elections ahead and distrust in the EU still dominating national discourse and elections in the Member States, fostering democratic engagement and advocating for the European project seem to be decisive elements in 2018 for ensuring the future of the EU. This edition of EuroPCom will therefore have the title "Campaigning for Europe" and will provide a unique connecting platform in preparation for the election year ahead.
More than 900 communication professionals are expected to attend the event.​ Join your colleagues from all the EU Member States and beyond in sharing views at this largest event on public communication in Europe!

We are putting all our energy into preparing this year's conference programme and will be coming up with an innovative mix of old and new formats. Workshops, Ideas Labs, mini trainings, EuroPComTalks, an interactive EuroPCom Market Place and an Open Space will ensure that you make the most of your learning and networking experience at the conference. 

The preliminary programme will be announced soon and registration opens on 13 July 2018!

Follow EuroPCom also on social media! All updates on the preparation of the conference will be published on this website and announced on the Facebook eventTwitter #europcom and in our LinkedIn group. 

About the conference

EuroPCom, the European Public Communication Conference, is the annual meeting point of communication experts from local, regional, national and European authorities, as well as private communication agencies, NGOs and academia. During this two-day event, public communication professionals come together to discuss how to improve public communication and raise awareness of EU policies. 

The conference is organised by the European Committee of the Regions, in close cooperation with the European Parliament, the Council of the EU, the European Commission, the European Economic and Social Committee, the European Investment Bank and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

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