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How to study public relations for free
Study public relations for free with PR Academy's online Introduction to Public Relations which runs regularly throughout the year.
This week in PR (17 December)
Here's our final #ThisWeekinPR round-up of 2021, including an interim report on #prstudent #CreatorAwards22.
Internal communication: at a crossroads or on a roundabout?
Internal communication is often said to be at a crossroads. Kevin Ruck asks if a roundabout might be a better metaphor, and encourages practitioners to look for the right exits.
This week in PR (10 December)
Talk of Christmas parties past and mock media briefings dominated the news #ThisWeekinPR.
Facts and emotion in crisis communication: A challenge to our traditional approach
The blurring of lines between fact and opinion and the eroding of trust present a challenge for crisis communicators.
How to gain PR work experience
There are parallels to be drawn between the world of work and the world of dating. It shouldn’t be surprising since relationships are key to both.
Guide to stakeholder identification and mapping
This PR Place Guide to Stakeholder Identification and Mapping draws on best practice to help your communications succeed. [UPDATED FOR 2022]
Why public affairs matters
Energised by politics? Interested in public policy? There's a new PRCA Diploma in Public Affairs recruiting for online delivery from February.
It’s not black and white
During the pandemic the rainbow became a symbol of hope in the UK. This demonstrates how symbols can have a profound impact argues Emma Breger.
A plea for simple but effective measurement
With this blog post, written during AMEC Measurement Month, guest author Jennifer Sanchis argues for simple but effective measurement of the impact of communication.