At a time when the world is in turmoil and national boundaries change daily, CIPR International and the MTM Centre for Leadership and Management bring you an evening on 21 May 2015, which will set you questioning, thinking and debating.

Effective communication is a powerful tool to engage national and international communities and key stakeholders. Multi-channel technologies have opened up the world and connected us all to events as they unfold. The historical and current use of information, disinformation and propaganda in political and military warfare in Eastern Europe is well documented. 

This event highlights the challenges faced and how the Ukraine Media Crisis Centre has developed an effective strategy to expose misinformation and engage international stakeholders. 


Warwick Partington: 

Strategic communications consultant and managing director of the MTM Centre for Leadership and Management Development, he is a member of the UK Institute of Directors and the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.

Nataliya Popovych:

Co-founder and board member of the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre, an independent organisation of volunteer communication professionals that aims to provide a balanced, objective centre for international media enquiries, visiting politicians and international observers.

Venue: Chartered Institute of Public Relations, 52-53 Russell Square, WC1B 4HP, London, UK
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