September is Ethics Month
PRSA's Code of Ethics has long been the touchstone for the communications profession, and while ethics is recognized and celebrated throughout the year, September is when we shine a bright spotlight on the wide array of strategic and tactical resources available to PRSA members.
This year we will offer:
• A series of webinars, including one featuring Lilly Ledbetter, who inspired the passage of the Fair Play Restoration Act of 2009, requiring employers to ensure non-discriminatory pay practices.
• Editorial contributions featured in Strategies & Tactics and the PRsay blog, as well as support materials for Chapters.
Additional information and details will be available in MyPRSA’s Ethics in Communication Community. If you’re not a member, please consider joining.
To help communicators address misinformation, civility, diversity & inclusion, and civic engagement, PRSA created the resource-rich forum Voices4Everyone. Learn more about the new initiative here
Sample Social Posts
Have you checked out PRSA’s Voices4Everyone website yet? Learn more on how to tackle big issues such as disinformation, DE&I, and much more at voices4everyone.prgsa.org
How can you support a national conversation building mutual understanding, trust, and civic engagement through more inclusive civil discourse? Visit voices4everyone.prga.org to find out #voices4everyone
How can #prpros and #communicators advance the public good in disinformation, D&I, civility, and civic engagement? Find out by visiting voices4everyone.prsa.org
It's time to take action, amplify your message, and ACT! Visit voices4everyone.prsa.org and see how you can take part in this initiative to advance the public good as #communicators