​​​EuroPCom is the largest annual European conference for experts in public communication and attracts hundreds of communication professionals from across the EU and beyond every year. EuroPCom is organised by the European Committee of the Regions in close cooperation with the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, the European Investment Bank, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.


EuroPCom 2023

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The 14th edition of EuroPCom – the European Public Communication Conference will take place in a hybrid format (Brussels and online) on Monday 26 - Tuesday 27 June 2023. The main topic of this year's conference is "European democracy" and the programme will consist of sessions with different formats: opening session, EuroPCom talks, workshops and ideas labs, closing session and networking breaks.

European democracy is an essential part of the European project, which today more than ever helps us to fully understand the meaning and value of the idea of peace that stood at its beginning. How to communicate European democracy towards its citizens so they get involved? How to communicate the values on which European democracy stands? How to communicate the role of European democracy in globalised world? Help us to answer these questions and join us for exciting debate at the EuroPCom conference.

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EuroP​Com 2022

The 13th edition of EuroPCom took place in the morning on Friday 28 October 2022, as a online – hybrid for CoR members, half-day event. The slightly smaller EuroPCom 2022 edition allows for the event to move from the autumn to the spring / early summer as of 2023. The EuroPCom 2023 edition is planned for June next year.

Under the slogan "Communicating Climate Action", this year's EuroPCom was the occasion to convey EU's political messaging ahead of the COP27, which took place in Sharm el-Sheikh 6-18 November 2022; and to discuss communication techniques and methods on how to engage citizens in taking climate action.

On the programme were two sessions; first a panel debate featuring experts in climate summits giving us a global perspective at what is at stake at COP27 and providing information to climate communicators about the EU's political messaging; and secondly a session presenting practical examples on successful communication approaches and techniques to boost citizens, business or public authorities' engagement in delivering climate action.

For more information and to follow the session recordings visit the website!

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7-8 December 2020

29 June 2020







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