Tag Archives: Ethics

What is a Creative Common and those other nagging IP questions…

Now I’ve been blogging for about 3 months or so and I’ve racked up a ‘massive’ 60+ articles – seriously. I’m getting a steady stream of views, some comments and people are actually Googling for my blog – scary! So … Continue reading

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Judge a PR’s ethics by their actions, not by their client list

I was reading this Paul Holmes’ piece in the Holmes Report in which he argues that everyone, no matter how distasteful, or morally repugnant their position, has a right to conduct public relations and advocacy campaigns. “Far better to engage, … Continue reading

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My presentation at Zayed University’s GlobCom conference

This week I represented MEPRA at the Zayed University’s GlobCom conference and presented to a group of international students, this is my presentation and the video from the event. Let me know your thoughts! View the presentation at SlideShare: http://slidesha.re/KB2YDI

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Ethical Questions in Practice (CIPR TV)

This is another excellent interview on PR ethics and well worth watching. Key points Greenwashing, astroturfing, publicity stunts by public officials to make them look ‘normal’ and using +size models on magazines to hide the fact the fashion industry hasn’t … Continue reading

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Code definition suffers from the poverty of associations

This is number 4 of a series of observations following a study of ¬†ethical, moral and codified guidance provided by a variety of respected Public Relations Associations from the United States, Europe and the Middle East. It might further be … Continue reading

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