Mind the Truth and Lies Gap
269 people gathered online to hear from four speakers at Mind the PR Gap 2022 (there was a 63% increase in registrations compared with 2021). Here's our editor's summary of the event.
Simon Collister to speak on brains and algorithms at Mind the PR Gap
Dr Simon Collister discussed human behaviour and algorithms on day one of #MindthePRGap, 13 July 2022.
‘Activist sociologist’ Dr Carol Stephenson to speak at Mind the PR Gap
Dr Carol Stephenson will discuss a case study exploring environmental activism, localism and legitimacy on day one of #MindthePRGap, 13 July 2022.
Mind the PR Gap 2022: programme and booking
Mind The PR Gap 2022 was a free online event open to practitioners, academics, researchers and students exploring PR research and practice – (took place on13 July 2022).
About Mind the PR Gap
Mind the PR Gap focuses on connecting PR research and practice. It discusses contemporary topics to offer a clear agenda for change. Find out more.
Here's a summary of discussions on day two of the #MindThePRGap2021 conference.
An ABC of ESG
Here's a very brief summary of discussions on day one of #MindThePRGap2021 in alphabetical order.
Jen Vardeman: ‘Data are vital to revealing our field’s inequities so we can improve opportunities’
Dr Jennifer Vardeman is a keynote speaker on day two of Mind The PR Gap 2021. Here she explains why intersecting data on gender and race is important for understanding equality of opportunity in the field of public relations.
Matt Peacock: ‘CSR is 20 years past its sell-by date’
Matt Peacock is a keynote speaker at next week's Mind The PR Gap conference. Here he outlines his thinking on ESG and purpose.
Mind the PR Gap 2021: programme and booking
#MindThePRGap2021 was on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 July. Free registration is now open for 2022. Kevin Ruck introduces the speakers and themes for the two sessions.
#MindThePRGap2020 day two: ‘Education is the only solution’
On day two, #MindThePRGap2020 speakers, panellists and delegates addressed the future of work and careers.
Fake news: how to solve a ‘really wicked problem’
Here's a selective summary of a fascinating discussion on day one of #MindThePRGap2020.
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