Revolution in democracy with the launch of “ISPD+ Innovation in Diplomacy Network”, the first network that will democratise diplomacy.
Last Friday, 23rd May at the International School of Protocol & Diplomacy, Open Doors event inspired by Brussels Jazz Marathon. An established school of protocol and diplomacy from the heart of Europe, ISPD, has announced last Friday, the launch of the first network of innovation in diplomacy in the world, bringing together more than 90 countries and becoming, from day one, the most diverse platform solely dedicated to innovation in diplomacy. The new concept targets diplomats, official event organizers, protocol professionals, journalists, translators, corporate diplomats, CEO’s and international projects’ managers, and helps them to get back on track with solving the puzzle of modern diplomacy in organizations, governments and companies using proven, real-world tools and techniques. Members learn how to make an immediate impact on the global transformation of diplomacy. As Thomas Sladko, ISPD Expert in Protocol & Organisation of High Level Events and Austrian Chancellery Deputy Chief of Protocol said “There is no second chance in protocol”
– The mission of the “ISPD+ Innovation in Diplomacy Network” is to democratize diplomacy, to promote global elite of Innovators in diplomacy and to aid, assist, foster and promote the soft diplomacy education of development countries such as Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia.
– The main objective of the network is to democratize diplomacy and its knowledge across cultures, valorizing local and national branding towards a global focus.
– The new network will start operations on the 1st September 2014 with a launching number of anticipated 1500 members.
ISPD+ is powered by the ISPD, The International School of Protocol and Diplomacy, and its founder Ines Pires, “Protocol is about others, not about ourselves”. This is a real-world issues covered by type of membership horizontally organized operated through a membership offering added value on real-world diplomacy matters. H.E Luis Ritto, ISPD Emeritus Professor and former EU Ambassador to the Holy See and Order of Malta, recently said that “The economic power of the EU has declined sharply in recent times. Europe has since 2008 suffered an unprecedented economic and financial crisis, for which the EU was not prepared and which was tackled in a disunited and inefficient way by the EU political authorities causing decisions to be taken late and with little practical results”
For more information about ISPD+ Innovation in Diplomacy contact Julia Stanczak, Communications Officer at email@example.com