Tag Archives: IPRA

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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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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GRI the answer for policing codes of conduct?

This is number 4 of an 8 part 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. “Accountability is … Continue reading

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PR standards are a moving target, accelerating at the speed of innovation

This is number 3 of an 8 part 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. As observed … Continue reading

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Cupcake Codes Disguise a Common Consensus

This is number 2 of an 8 part 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 is … Continue reading

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An Association’s Code of Conduct is Potentially a ‘Glass Slipper’

This is number 1 of an 8 part 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 is … Continue reading

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