International Communication students visit The Hague

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​On December 2, 2016, a group of 4th year International Communication students and teacher Dr Beata Kviatek were on a Study Trip, during which they visited the Dutch Parliament in The Hague and had an inspiring meeting with Mr Jaap Jelle Feenstra, Chairperson of the Professional Association for Public Affairs in the Netherlands (BVPA - De Beroepsvereniging voor Public Affairs).

​The association has about 600 members working  as public affairs professionals for businesses, branch organisations, consultancies, NGO's and government. Worth mentioning is that all members of BVPA abide to the Code of professional behaviour. 

The meeting with Mr Feenstra was organised at Nieuwspoort, a famous international press centre and a society, uniting many current and former politicians, lobbyists,  national and international journalists. This meeting was possible with the support of the project client, N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie.

Period4 Dec 2016

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  • TitleInternational Communication students visit The Hague
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletInternational Communication
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date4/12/16
    Description​On December 2, 2016, a group of 4th year International Communication students and teacher Dr Beata Kviatek were on a Study Trip, during which they visited the Dutch Parliament in The Hague and had an inspiring meeting with Mr Jaap Jelle Feenstra, Chairperson of the Professional Association for Public Affairs in the Netherlands (BVPA - De Beroepsvereniging voor Public Affairs).

    ​The association has about 600 members working as public affairs professionals for businesses, branch organisations, consultancies, NGO's and government. Worth mentioning is that all members of BVPA abide to the Code of professional behaviour.

    The meeting with Mr Feenstra was organised at Nieuwspoort, a famous international press centre and a society, uniting many current and former politicians, lobbyists, national and international journalists. This meeting was possible with the support of the project client, N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie.
    PersonsBeata Kviatek

Keywords

  • communication
  • public affairs