Association of European University Public Relations and Information Officers (EUPRIO)
1986-05-12 Brussels Belgium
12 May 1986, Brussels (Belgium), with support from European Community officials. Re-set up, 27 Jun 2009, Leuven (Belgium), when registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Serve as a professional association for colleagues in higher education institutions in Europe; promote exchange of public relations ideas, techniques and information; promote members' professional excellence; facilitate intra-European awareness of study programmes and scientific developments of relevance to industry and economic advance across national borders, including those sponsored by the European Union; promote dissemination of information on, and reputation of, European higher education, science, research and development.
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Steering Committee; Executive Board; National Representatives; Deputy National Representatives; President acts as National Representative for countries with less than 5 members. EUPRIO Network.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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