Communications Commission

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Communications Commission

The responsibilities of the Communications Commission are to develop a rolling Communications and Marketing Plan, which will

  • demonstrate the value of Association membership to existing and potential members
  • increase participation in the Association's activities - both by members and the wider audience of individuals and organisations with an interest in roads
  • develop open, attractive and interactive external and internal communications.

It will also implement the knowledge sharing and exchange strategy for the World Road Association in accordance with its Vision, Mission and Values. The Communications and Marketing Plan shall be implemented through the various partners and particularly the General Secretariat.

The Commission shall build on the work of the previous Commissions on Communications and International Relations and on Technological Exchanges and Development.

Goals assigned to the Commission

To promote cooperation, including knowledge sharing and exchange and joint projects, with regional organisations of road authorities and with other international organisations with related goals.

To develop directions designed to freely facilitate practical means for efficient and effective knowledge transfer among countries.

To improve participation of member governments and others, and to increase the number of members of the road community benefiting, whether through National Committees or by direct participation, in the World Road Association Technical Committees.

To develop practical means for efficient and effective knowledge transfer among countries and to produce and disseminate authoritative, impartial and interesting publications and products that address current road and road transport issues.

Issues

  • Improve cooperation with international and regional organisations with related goals
  • Enlarge the geographical distribution of conference activity
  • Develop the World Road Association's directions on knowledge sharing and exchange
  • Improve communications with members and outside groups
  • Oversee implementation of the World Road Association's policy on knowledge transfer
  • Oversee the World Road Association's publications and products
  • Flagship publications

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