With a General Election coming, it’s time to step up your Public Affairs
Public affairs expert and course leader Stuart Thomson discusses the new PRCA Diploma in Public Affairs Management - and why now is the time to focus on public affairs engagement.
#50over50: Stuart Thomson
Author, adviser, trainer and public affairs specialist Stuart Thomson is the latest to be profiled in our #50over50 series.
New research into the state of public relations education in the UK
If you have undertaken training, a professional qualification, or have studied public relations at degree level recently (within the past three years) we’d love to hear from you.
#50over50: Rod Cartwright
Rod Cartwright is reluctant to be defined by a single experience but our conversation inevitably turns to his work on Malaysia Airlines MH370.
Developing an influential Public Affairs strategy
This case study by Antony Bennett outlines an approach to developing a public affairs strategy, using the topic of the reform of Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) as subject matter, to demonstrate appropriate situational research methodologies and stakeholder analysis.
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.
All public relations is political
Not all public relations is public affairs, but all public relations is political argues Richard Bailey.
Review: F**k Business: The Business of Brexit
In the week the UK leaves the UK, we review an insider's account of how the Conservative party became a Brexit party.
Review: Rethinking Public Relations
We review an important new book that asserts the central role of persuasion in public relations.
Briefing: Google and the EU copyright directive (‘Article 13’)
Guest author Andy Hind summarises the EU Copyright Directive ('Article 13') and the fierce lobbying campaign against the legislation.