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Panel Says Communication Strategy Key to Winning Support for Reforms

Ljubljana, 2 October - A panel on communication strategies in the presentation of structural reforms highlighted on Tuesday the absence a coherent government strategy in Slovenia in this field in recent years as well as the problem of credibility among politicians who are supposed to win public support for the reforms.

Ljubljana
The "Communication of Reforms as a Positive Message - Mission Impossible?" panel, organised in Ljubljana by the STA, the US Embassy and the Slovenian Public Relations Society.
From left to right: Dejan Verčič, a communications expert and university professor, communications expert Marta Kos, Peter Pogačar of the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs, and US media and communications expert Jennifer Devlin.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
The "Communication of Reforms as a Positive Message - Mission Impossible?" panel, organised in Ljubljana by the STA, the US Embassy and the Slovenian Public Relations Society.
From left to right: Dejan Verčič, a communications expert and university professor, communications expert Marta Kos, Peter Pogačar of the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs, and US media and communications expert Jennifer Devlin.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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