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Message from the IPRA President: Prizes and Presidents November 2021

November is halfway over, and soon we'll all be looking back at the year 2021. This month is both a month of change and repetition. A few months ago, we could all feel a sense of optimism with the reopening of restaurants, bars and even big concerts. Some of us had the luxury of taking a proper holiday again after more than a year. But the world is still struggling with covid-19 and now Europe is becoming a region of concern, struggling with a fourth wave of infection. In the meantime, many of our African brothers and sisters are still waiting for their first vaccine dose, while other countries are stockpiling. All of this should make us think. How can we better communicate risk, science and protective behavior? What's our role, and what can we learn from the past 600 days of emergency and crisis communication?

Invitation to an IPRA webinar on reputation management: 9 December

I am pleased to invite you to the next in the series of IPRA Thought Leadership webinars. The webinar Science based reputation management: insight, influence and persuasion will be presented by Ashwani Singla, founding managing partner at Astrum, India on Thursday 9 December 2021 at 12.00 GMT/UCT (unadjusted).

Etsuko Tsugihara announced as IPRA President elect 2022

The Board of the International Public Relations Association (IPRA) is delighted to announce that Etsuko Tsugihara is President elect 2022.  Etsuko is Japanese and CEO of agency Sunny Side Up. She will be the first female president of IPRA from Japan.

Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori - The Māori Language Moment - takes the Grand Prix at the 2021 IPRA Golden World Awards

Far above the illusions of London’s West End theatre, magic of another sort was happening. Representatives of a far-off island nation were meeting with the global spinners of gold. They spoke in an ancient language. For this was where Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori, the Māori language Moment became an IPRA Moment.