Kenya Hires Gina Din Corporation to Boost Police Public Perception

2010-10-01 by Almaz
Nairobi, Kenya everything-pr

From all the state institutions in desperate need of PR, the police is probable the most critical. Kenya sees things clearly, and the country has already hired a PR agency, Gina Din Corporation, to help boost the public image of the local police. Internal Security Minister George Saitoti said the company will be paid Sh6.42 million yearly for the work, The Standard reported. According to the same publication, the agency will also communicate with the public the progress on the ongoing reforms and mobilize community participation in police reforms. The hiring of a PR company is one of the many... Read More >

NAACP PR: Genuinely concerned or following political agenda?

2010-07-15 by Jason Tannahill

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People or NAACP, viewed by some as the US’ leading civil rights group has recently issued a statement at its annual convention in Kansas City, Mo. which attempts to discredit another well-known American movement, The Tea Party. Based and never-proven accusations and displaying a blatant lack of evidence, the NAACP accused the Tea Party of racism, bigotry, homophobia and more. "We take no issue with the Tea Party movement. We believe in freedom of assembly and people raising their voices in a democracy," the NAACP President Benjamin Todd Jealous said in a... Read More >

Euro Decline Can’t Overshadow Value, Focus Trier Germany

2010-05-26 by Richard D. Pace
Europe Debt Crisis

In news from Reuters this morning, the euro took another hit over fears Europe's debt crisis may further harm banks. Southern Europe, it turns out, may not be the only part of the EU with red ink problems. With equities seemingly growing more unstable, many banks and investors are turning to safe valued propositions. On the local front here in Trier, Germany, growth in new and old sectors seems inevitable. German banks, as much as any other EU financial sector, have been hurt by the situation on Wall Street. Now, the crisis with Greece, Portugal, Spain, Romania, and other EU... Read More >

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