A PRCA debate is being held in conjunction with Richmond, The American International University of London’s Centre for the Study of Persuasive Industries, on Thursday 23 May at 6pm at 17 Young Street, on the Kensington campus of the University (17 Young Street, London, W8 5EH).
With a theme which reflects the Golden Anniversary year of leading industry organisation the PRCA (Public Relations and Communications Association), the PRCA Fellows Debate will cover the motion that PR in the UK now meets the general definition of – and conditions for – a ‘profession’.
The event will be chaired by Richmond Trustee, David Gallagher FPRCA, Chairman of the PRCA Fellows and President, Growth and Development, International, Omnicom Public Relations Group.
The motion will be debated by leading PR experts, with Alison Clarke FPRCA, Principal, Alison Clarke Consulting, plus a panel for the motion, and Simon Goldsworthy FPRCA, Professor of Public Relations and Advertising, Richmond plus a panel, against the motion.
The event will be followed by complimentary drinks.
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