Women in PR network
The network ‘Women in Public Relations’ derives from the EUPRERA’s Women in Public Relations project and explores the position of women in public relations in the European context. The network aims to explore the position of women focusing on the challenges and opportunities for women in public relations, cultural masculinities in public relations, leadership in PR, networking and mentoring and wellbeing in public relations.
Goals of the network
To compare and contrast the position of women in Europe, by conducting comparative analysis among European countries.
To show the issues that women practitioners in Europe are concerned with and possible inequalities of women practitioners.
To discuss the specific issues that affect the work of women public relations practitioners within each country.
Dr Martina Topić
Leeds Business School
Leeds Beckett University
How can EUPRERA members join the network?
Currently, the network has 23 researchers from 11 countries but we are open to expanding the network and engaging in truly global research. Where more members from the same country apply to join, the network leader will put members in touch to participate in a country case research. The network works in the spirit of collaboration and mutual understanding and we transfer these values to the work we do and the way we work. To join the network please contact the leader Martina Topić (M.Topic@leedsbeckett.ac.uk).
Latest news from this network
- #EUPRERAtalks: webinar on EQ for Strategic Communication
- Call for Chapters on Gender and Freelancing in Comms Industries