Turkish Government & UN Women Seek a PR Firm To Stop Violence Against Women
UN Women in partnership with the Turkish Government – Ministry of Family and Social Affairs, is organizing a meeting, “Ending Violence against Women: Building on Progress to Accelerate Change” in Istanbul, Turkey December 9 & 10 2015. They seek a local PR firm to manage media outreach and selected aspects of the meeting.
The meeting will be hosted by the Turkish Government, and seeks to bring together representatives from governments, CSOs, international organizations, leading experts and other key stakeholders to identify challenges encountered and share best practices from different parts of the world in preventing and responding to violence against women, and renew global political commitment for ending violence against women.
In total, approximately 150 national and political leaders – including high-level government representatives will attend to discuss themes, including: “What are the key areas where new and concerted policy measures and interventions are necessary to make accelerated progress in addressing violence against women and girls?”
The PR firm’s role will include:
- quality positioning of the global meeting and its content on ending violence against women in top national and international print, broadcast and web media outlets as key issues of concern;
- maximum visibility for the global meeting, for the Executive Directors of UN Women and UNFPA, while enhancing understanding and awareness of key global priorities on ending violence against women and gender equality issues and concerns;
- ensuring top level and quality journalists’ attendance to the global meeting and to all the relevant, related media events linked to the meeting;
Click here to read the full RFP.