How do the EU, NATO and the private sector manage and respond to crises? What does crisis communications entail?
YPFP is inviting its members to engage in a real time simulation of a communications crisis led by communication experts from NATO, the European Commission, Interel and the Association of European Airlines.
The aim of the workshop is to provide you with a unique opportunity helping them better understand the elements that are critical for a successful communication response within the first 24 hours following a crisis. The workshop will further explore how a communications campaign is further developed and unrolled.
Split into two groups representing either the defence perspective or the civilian perspective, participants will be guided through a simulation of a real public crisis incorporating the latest media tools and techniques. The simulation will be followed by a brainstorming session with cutting-edge innovative ideas on how to respond to a crisis and implement a crisis strategy, based on the performances of each group.
In order to do so, we will have the honour to welcome:
- Paul King, Programme Officer, Engagement Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO
- Dana Manescu, Head of Social Media Sector, DG COMM, European Commission
- Geert Sciot, Vice-President Media Relations - Brussels Airlines & General Manager Communication Association of European Airlines
- Baudouin Velge, Managing Partner, Interel & Professor of Strategic Communications at the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL)
The event will be followed by a reception with alcoholic refreshments to continue the discussion and further develop presented ideas.
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