EUPRERA - 2014


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 logo EUPRERA   logo LASCOWelcome to the EUPRERA 2014 website ! 

Register today and enjoy early-bird prices for participants until July 11, 2014 - check here.

The EUPRERA annual congress (September 11 to 13, 2014) is a meeting point for researchers and professionals in strategic communication and public relations in Europe. About 150 participants from across the continent and overseas will meet in September in Brussels (the very heart of Europe) and exchange about central issues of nowadays communication and public relations practices.

The program will include the presentation of more than 60 papers that present recent and ongoing research projects, 3 keynote speeches, 2 professional panel discussions. See the alphabetical list of all accepted papers, panels and posters .

The 2014 EUPRERA annual congress will be a great place to get an update on the status quo and future of the field. It will also offer a networking opportunity with colleagues, and the occasion to discover Brussels, an attractive city easily reachable from all over the continent.

This year, the congress is organised by the LASCO laboratory (Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium).

The central theme of this year's edition of the congress is Communication Ethics: a crucial issue in our changing and connected world.

We hope you will find all the information your are looking for about this important event. Please note that the final congress' program is under construction.

Information for speakers: deadline for the submission of the full paper is June 20, 2014. Please submit your paper here. Full papers should be between 30.000 to 40.000 characters (including blanks; excluding pictures and tables). Feedback on full papers: July 18, 2014. Deadline for final version of full papers: August 31, 2014.

Congress organisers, partners and sponsors:

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With the partnership of IHECS institute (Brussels) and of the Research Center on Media and Communication (PReCoM) at Saint-Louis University, Brussels.

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