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Crisis Comms in Conversation with Professor Lucy Easthope

Crisis Comms in Conversation with Professor Lucy Easthope

Crisis Comms in Conversation with Professor Lucy Easthope
The CIPR Crisis Communications Network kicks off 2024 with a new type of event: “Crisis Communications in Conversation with Professor Lucy Easthope”.

The purpose of this new format is to bring to the attention of our members and the wider crisis communication community high profile individuals who work in the sector and whose insights and views can help shape our practice. These new events will be held at the start of the day – 9.00am to 9.30am – and will feature one individual being interviewed by a member of the CIPR Crisis Communications Network.

We are delighted to announce that our first guest will be the UK’s leading authority on recovering from disasters and best-selling author of “When the dust settles”, Professor Lucy Easthope. Lucy has been an advisor for nearly every major disaster of the past two decades, including the 2004 tsunami, 9/11, the Salisbury poisonings, Grenfell, the Covid-19 pandemic and most recently the war in Ukraine. Lucy has a degree in Law, a PhD in medicine and a Masters in risk, crisis and disaster management. She is a Professor in Practice of Risk and Hazard at Durham University, Fellow in Mass Fatalities and Pandemics at the University of Bath, and a Research Associate at the Joint Centre for Disaster Research, Massey University, New Zealand. Lucy’s book and her work is characterised by the compassion and respect we should all strive for in our crisis communication practice. We have much to learn from her.

CIPR Crisis Communications Network, Co-Chair, Chris Tucker, will be interviewing Professor Easthope.

The event is free of charge for everyone. 5 CPD points are available for attendance.  

Contact: Felix Östman
Email: [email protected]
29/01/2024 09:00 - 09:30
GMT Standard Time

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