How the fall of the Berlin Wall sent ripples around the world of communication


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What connects IPRA, UNESCO and the events of November 1989? In a recently updated webpage in our History section IPRA president 1988 Alain Modoux, provides an insight on the fall of the Berlin Wall and how it transformed not just Germany but the world of PR and communication.

 

It involved a long-standing misunderstanding by the United Nations, a discredited international report, a man on the inside, and falling masonry.

 

Read the whole story right here.

 

 

Background to IPRA

IPRA, the International Public Relations Association, was established in 1955, and is the leading global network for PR professionals in their personal capacity. IPRA aims to advance trusted communication and the ethical practice of public relations. We do this through networking, our code of conduct and intellectual leadership of the profession. IPRA is the organiser of public relations' annual global competition, the Golden World Awards for Excellence (GWA). IPRA's services enable PR professionals to collaborate and be recognised. Members create content via our Thought Leadership essays, social media and our consultative status with the United Nations. GWA winners demonstrate PR excellence. IPRA welcomes all those who share our aims and who wish to be part of the IPRA worldwide fellowship. For more see www.ipra.org

  

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