Andrea Millwood Hargrave
We think of the times we live in, probably rightly, as turbulent and surrounded by uncertainty. But with the privilege of looking back across the last fifty years of the International Institute of Communications (IIC), a period in which the organisation has enjoyed, according to Monroe Price, “front-row seats at the great transformations,” it’s possible to conclude that times, for those experiencing them, have probably always felt turbulent.
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