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Established in January 2002, PubAffairs is the premier network and leading resource for the public affairs, government relations, policy and communications industry.

The PubAffairs network numbers over 4,000 members and is free to join. PubAffairs operates a general e-Newsletter, as well as a number of other specific group e-Newsletters which are also available to join by completing our registration form.

The PubAffairs e-Newsletters are used to keep members informed about upcoming PubAffairs events and networking opportunities, job vacancies, public affairs news, training courses, stakeholder events, publications, discount offers and other pieces of useful information related to the public affairs and communications industry.

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Events & Courses

The Events & Courses section is a what’s on guide relating to public affairs, government relations, policy & communications. To promote your stakeholder event, whether online or through our regular e-Newsletters, please contact us.

Stakeholder Events

The Stakeholder Events listing includes public affairs and political conferences, seminars, debates and forums for the discussion of public policy topics and engagement between public affairs focussed organisations, politicians and political groups.

PubAffairs Events

Award-winning PubAffairs networking events are the established public affairs industry gatherings, enabling practitioners regularly to network with their peers on an informal basis.

  • PubAffairs Westminster events have been run every last Thursday of the month since 2002
  • PubAffairs Scotland events regularly take place in Edinburgh
  • PubAffairs Freelance network for public affairs and communications Freelancers, Interim and Micro-Business professionals.

Training & Professional Courses

From evening and half-day seminars to year-long professional development courses, taking part in training will add value to your knowledge and abilities and may lead to the award of a professionally recognised qualification. Courses are available through professional associations, private training companies or directly through public affairs and media consultancies, freelancers, trade associations, charities and other organisations.

Higher & Further Education

Details about public affairs, public policy, public relations and communications related higher and further educational courses. Undertaking further study can be highly beneficial in providing a solid base or adding to your existing knowledge of understanding the who, what, when, why, where of public affairs, political engagement and communications strategy and implementation.

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