CIPR, 12:27PM, 9 December 2011 » CIPR responds to PRCA decision to leave UKPAC
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations has responded to the decision of the Public Relations Consultants Association to leave the UK Public Affairs Council. This is a disappointing move by the PRCA and as far we know comes without any consultation with the board of UKPAC or the CIPR or APPC as joint founding bodies.
CIPR, 2:14PM, 6 December 2011 » CIPR calls for Government to get on with statutory register
In a statement following the reports in the Independent newspaper about senior staff at a Public Affairs firm claiming access at the highest levels of government, the CIPR has called upon the Cabinet Office to launch the consultation on a statutory register of lobbyists without delay.
CIPR, 12:00PM, 18 November 2011 » CIPR Presidential and Council Elections – ballot now closed
Thank you for your support for the 2011 CIPR Presidential and Council Elections. Voting closed today at 12 noon. The results of the elections will be released next week.
CIPR, 3:45PM, 17 October 2011 » CIPR CEO responds to Lobbyist Register Consultation reports
We are extremely disappointed that, once again, politicians appear to be pointing the finger at lobbyists when the political scandal is of their own making. Adam Werrity is a not a lobbyist in the way that the vast majority of public affairs professionals would recognise. Most lobbyists have transparency as a guiding operating principle and are happy to disclose who their clients are.
CIPR, 1:55PM, 29 July 2011 » Amendments to CIPR Regulations
At the CIPR Council meeting on 30 June, it was resolved to amend Charter Regulation 26 (by-law 34), which governs the selection of the Executive Board of the Institute.
CIPR, 4:16PM, 27 July 2011 » Statement in response to the NLA / PRCA / Meltwater appeal ruling
Following today's ruling, we are concerned about the potential costs to our members, to the UK PR industry and to business in general.
Jane Wilson, 5:25PM, 7 July 2011 » Jane Wilson, CIPR CEO, reacts to announcement of News of the World closure
This is a great example of traditional media and social media working together to produce a staggering outcome. The Guardian has broken good investigative story that has dominated the week's news agenda, having a similar impact to the Daily Telegraph coverage of the MPs expenses scandal.
CIPR, 4:26PM, 23 June 2011 » Public relations profession reacts to the announced closure of the COI
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has reacted to today’s announcement by the Cabinet Office that the Government’s Central Office of Information (COI) is to close.
CIPR, 11:52AM, 25 May 2011 » Council amends CIPR regulation 16: guidelines for Chartered and Accredited practitioner
At its May meeting, the CIPR Council, following discussion, approved an amendment to our Charter and Regulations, setting out the guidelines for achieving chartered or accredited practitioner status.
Jane Wilson, 12:18PM, 5 April 2011 » CIPR CEO Jane Wilson responds to reports on the Governments Business Compact on social mobility
We welcome any initiative that positively engages public and private sector organisations in improving transparency and equality of opportunity in access to careers, as these are the founding principles of the CIPR’s approach to diversity.