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Registrations are now closed.

Organiser

IABC Victoria

Date:

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Location:

Conference Centre, Level 1, 242 Exhibition Street Melbourne


Registration closes on:

Wednesday, 16 November 2016 at 7:00 PM - (GMT+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

On Message

Exploring political communication

Wednesday 16 November, 6pm-8.30pm​

As we draw closer to the end of the year, there is one thing we can be sure of when we look back at 2016 - this has been a year defined by political campaigns.

From a Brexit result many did not see coming to the unlikely election of Donald Trump and last but not least - a very, very long Australian election campaign resulting in a surging comeback by the opposition that nearly returned them to power. Some unthinkable events happened this year in western politics which has made many wonder, why is it that some ideas are able to mobilise the masses and some are not?

This November IABC Victoria are teaming up with a politically savvy panel to exploring tactics of political influence. We’ll look at how popularity has been strived for, how political powerbrands have been built (and destroyed) and how trust and power has been won and lost at the polls through campaigning. 

 

Ticket prices

Members: $50

Non-members: $70

Student members: $30

Student non-members: $40