Confédération européenne des relations publiques (CERP)
European Public Relations Confederation
Confederazione Europea di Relazioni Pubbliche
1959-10 Orléans France
Oct 1959, Orléans (France), as European Centre of Public Relations -- Centre européen des relations publiques, by 5 national public relations associations. Statutes modified: 27 Nov 1959; 22 Sep 1962, Brussels (Belgium). Became a federation and present title adopted, 11 Nov 1979. New statutes adopted 13 Dec 1980; modified: 9 Nov 1989; 18 Jul 1996. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 22 Jan 1965. As of 2006 comes within F-XM0266 - Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management. Ceased to exist 2011.
Promote the public relations profession in Europe; coordinate on a European basis the activities of national and professional associations and represent their interests; study and set in motion measures aimed at harmonization of the principles, ethics and practice of public relations and education in the field.
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General Assembly (annual). Administrative Council (meets annually at General Assembly and also in autumn) comprises at least 8 members, including President and Vice-President plus (in consultative role) Secretary General, Treasurer and Past President.
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