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.
The 10th edition of EuroPCom took place on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 November 2019.
Mark the date: on 29 June 2020, EuroPCom goes virtual
to bring you a series of three webinars.
Stay tuned for more information!
On 7-8 December 2020, the 11th edition of EuroPCom will continue as a physical event, a virtual one or a mix of both, gathering around 1000 communication experts from local, regional, national and European authorities and associations, as well as academia, private communication agencies and NGOs. A variety of formats will provide learning and training opportunities and plenty of possibilities for exchange of views and best practices.
The call for proposals is now closed. Many thanks for your inputs and suggestions! We are now working on the preliminary programme for the December event and will soon come back to you!
Follow us on social media! All updates on the preparation of the conference will be published on this website and announced on Twitter #EuroPCom and in our LinkedIn group.
The EuroPCom Stories
The EuroPCom Podcast
The EuroPCom Podcast is a series of interviews conducted at EuroPCom, the European Public Communication Conference. Speakers from the EU institutions, private communication agencies, think tanks and local politics gave you insights on their communication activities at times of Euroscepticism and anti-European propaganda, especially in view of the 2019 European Parliament elections. Tune in to hear how our speakers are campaigning for Europe!