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To help you manage your membership, we’ll send you essential communication by email and post. We’ll also remind you to have your say in CIPR elections and send your quarterly Influence magazine. If you would prefer not to receive any of these, please contact

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We’ll keep you up to date with industry matters and member news via a weekly email, which will also include updates from your chosen groups. If you would prefer not to receive this, you can opt out here.

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UK Lobbying Register

"Lobbying services" means activities which are carried out in the course of a business for the purpose of influencing government, or advising others how to influence government. It can also be known as public affairs or government affairs and includes in-house and agency employees and independent practitioners.

It is a condition of membership that if you engage in lobbying, you must sign up to the UK Lobbying Register. You can sign up here.
Have you ever (i) been convicted of a criminal offence in any jurisdiction, other than spent convictions, (ii) been found to be at fault through the disciplinary procedures of any professional body or (iii) acted, in a professional or other capacity, in a way which would be likely to bring the public relations profession into disrepute?