Wednesday, April 12, 2017

PD in the Near Future: Challenges, Opportunities & Disruptions

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Co-sponsored with the Pacific Council on International Policy
In today’s turbulent political climate, practitioners of public diplomacy are thinking about the future. What challenges, opportunities, and potential transformations exist? Are public diplomats, non-state actors, and scholars in the field prepared for the major disruptions taking place in geopolitics and information technology? From transnational public diplomacy to human rights to the U.S.’ image abroad, this panel will explore and present forward-thinking perspectives for the practitioner and scholar. CPD is pleased to co-sponsor this panel at Pacific Council on International Policy's spring conference.
Panelists include
  • Fadi ChehadéCPD Advisory Board Member; Chairman and CEO, Chehadé & Company
  • Kimberly Marteau EmersonCPD Advisory Board Member; International Board, Human Rights Watch
  • Pamela StarrAssociate Professor (Teaching), USC School of International Relations and Master of Public Diplomacy Program; Director, U.S.-Mexico Network
  • Jay WangDirector, USC Center on Public Diplomacy and Associate Professor, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
This event will be held in downtown Los Angeles and there is a fee to attend.
For more information about the PCIP Spring Conference click here.
To register for this program, visit the PCIP Spring Conference Registration Portal


Friday, April 14, 2017 -
11:15am to 12:15pm

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