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Ocean Communicators United Publishes Guide to Writing a Communications Strategy

Ocean Communicators United (OCU) has published a document entitled: Writing a Communication Strategy: A Step-by-Step Guide and Template, Tailored for International (Marine) Science Organisations.


This guide, produced to address a need for information on creating communication strategies with relevance for marine science organisations, is intended to be adapted and applied by a wide range of users, whether they have a communications background or a scientific background. It can be used to write a communication strategy for an international organisation, programme or project, a research institution, an educational venue, or even a specific product or service. We hope that it will be a useful resource for Ocean Communicators around the world.


Ocean Communicators United, which currently comprises around 70 members, is an informal grouping of representatives of international, regional or national oceanographic research organisations that provides a forum for its members to share information, expertise, best practices and materials related to marine science communications.  It is open to anyone who works in marine science communications, from communications specialists at marine research institutions and project managers for regional/international research organisations, through to those involved in outreach, education or ocean literacy programmes.  Between them, OCU members have a wealth of experience in communicating with every type of audience: scientists, policy-makers, journalists, fund-holders, the general public, and many more besides.


For further information on OCU, including membership, visit: http://www.oceans-united.org/oceancommsunited.html 

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