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Euprera Brussels Congress - 05.08.2014
Full programme now available

We are pleased to announce that the full programme of our annual congress is now available! The congress will focus on “Communication Ethics in a Connected World” and will take place on September 11-13 in Brussels at IHECS Institute, organised by the renowed Université catholique de Louvain. Registration is still possible!

Two keynotes by Prof. Ronald Arnett (USA) and Prof. Günter Bentele (Germany) will open and close the congress with two inspiring speeches on ethics and strategic communication.

More than 50 papers and panels selected by the scientific committee will provide insights into recent research and discuss crucial issues: ethics in communication practices today, the tension between transparency and privacy, and empirical studies on a broad range of topics ranging from CEO communication to big data and cross-cultural communication in a European context. Two sessions and a keynote with high-level practitioners will link theory to practice.

Friday afternoon we will applaud the best papers and the best final dissertations of students at the master and bachelor levels. A stimulating social program will conclude the congress on Saturday afternoon and afterwards the traditional Euprera PhD Seminar will allow to a group of doctoral students to meet and discuss their works (a few seats are still available!).

We hope to meet you in Brussels! Please, inform your colleagues and students who could be interested in learning about recent research and expanding his or her network across Europe – which is stimulating both for colleagues at research universities and those teaching at applied universities and colleges.

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