Author Archives: CEPOW

05 Dec
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Apply now for EUI’s Executive Certificate in Policy Communication

This online and 2-ECTS accredited executive training programme in policy communication is now open for applications.

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24 Jul
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2019 European Policy Communications in the Digital Era (Lisbon)

Summer School “European Policy Communications in the Digital Era 2019” was successfully organized in Lisbon with participants coming from NGOs, business sector, politics, policy-making, and academia. You can read more about the programme of the event here. See more photos ...

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25 Jul
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2018 European Policy Communications in the Digital Era (Madrid)

Summer School “European Policy Communications in the Digital Era” was successfully organized in Madrid with participants coming from NGOs, business sector, politics, policy-making, and academia. You can read more about the programme of the event here. The participants  said the ...

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26 Nov
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Write for impact: Op-ed writing for policy advocacy (Brussels, 17-18/11/17)

The training was successfully held in Brussels (Press Club Europe), with participants coming from the EU institutions, business and the NGO sector. You can read more about the programme of the event here. The next “Write for Impact: Training in ...

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05 Jun
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Write for impact: Op-ed writing for policy advocacy (Brussels, 3-4/6/17)

The training was successfully held in Brussels (Press Club Europe), with participants coming from the EU institutions, business and the NGO sector. See more info about the training goals and programme here.

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01 Jun
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Writing for Impact: what you need to know, and 5 ways to know it

Paul Cairney is Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of Stirling. His blog on public policy is here – https://paulcairney.wordpress.com/ – and his twitter is @Cairneypaul. His research interests include: comparing theories on evidence and policy (The Politics of ...

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05 Mar
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Tips & Tricks for Op-ed Writing

1. Be straightforward, focus on one specific issue at a time and state your point right at the beginning Editors are more likely to prefer and publish an op-ed piece that states an opinion right away (this means, in the ...

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