European Association of Public Relations Officers (CERP-PRO)
Association européenne des professionnels intégrés en relations publiques
as a working group of H-XD0749 - Confédération européenne des relations publiques (CERP), under the name European Committee of Staff Public Relations Practitioners -- Comité européen des professionnels, intégrés, cadres et conseillers en relations publiques (CEDIC). Became, Nov 1989, an independent association within CERP. Registered in accordance with Belgian Law. As of 1999, temporarily dormant.
Establish contacts, exchange of experience and links of cooperation between the professional practitioners in public relations and business communications; study and implement all steps to harmonize and coordinate the principles and practices of communications in different countries; promote and develop the profession; record and assemble documentation; undertake moral defence of members and insure legal status and recognition.
General Assembly (annual). Board of Directors, consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents and 4 members. Officials: Secretary General; Assistant Secretary General.
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