The 2018 CIPR Election will take place in September and October to determine positions on Council and the role of President-Elect 2019.
Nominations for the Election have now closed. You can find information about the roles below:
- CIPR President (including year as President-Elect) – role description
- CIPR Council member – role description
- Nolan Principles of Public Life
The CIPR has adopted a 3-year strategic framework . The role of Council is to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing public relations, to develop the 3-year strategy and annual workplan, to choose the Board of Directors and to coordinate the work of the Standing Committees.
Information on the CIPR's Election regulations is available here.
How Council is elected
Members vote online or by phone, choosing candidates from a number of different lists:
8 seats – Open List. Any full member may stand for election. All voting members vote on this list.
8 seats – Sector Groups List. Any full member nominated by the committee of one of the CIPR’s sector Groups may stand for election. All full members vote on this list.
5 seats – English Regional Groups List. Any full member nominated by the committee of one of the CIPR’s English Regional Groups may stand for election. Full members in England only may vote on this list.
3 seats – Scotland, Wales and Northern Irelands Group Lists. Any full member nominated by the committee of the CIPR’s Scotland, Wales Groups may stand for election. Only full members in reach respective nation only may vote on this list.
3 seats – the President-Elect, elected by all voting members, as well as the current CIPR President and Immediate Past President, who were elected in previous years.
Nominations open - Monday 3 September
Nominations close - Monday 17th September
Campaigning opens - Wednesday 19th September
Voting opens Wednesday - 26th September
Voting closes Wednesday - 10th October
Result announced - Friday 12th October
If you have any questions about the conduct of the election, please contact the Returning Officer, Martin Turner, at email@example.com