A summary of the 9th EESC Civil Society Media Seminar, organised in late November 2015 at the EIB in Luxembourg, is now available.
The brochure contains abstracts of the three panels, reflecting the key messages in a nutshell. Furthermore, 10 main conclusions have been drawn from the contributions of speakers and participants alike. These essential findings draw a picture of development communication in general and the role of EU institutions in particular. They give tips on how best to raise people's awareness and gain public support. Furthermore, they look at possibilities for cooperation and explore new and more effective ways to communicate development policy.
The full brochure is available online and can be downloaded from: http://www.eesc.europa.eu/?i=portal.en.publications.38645