OVERVIEW OF THE PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT
The Public Relations Department was established by Section 13 Sub-section 2 (g) of the Parliamentary Service Act of 2007 to foster a good corporate image of Parliament, through the dissemination of accurate information, and to educate the public on the operations and functions of the House, with the view of enhancing public awareness and understanding of Parliament.
Our Vision is predicated on professionalism, coordination, dedication and commitment to service through multi-media use.
Our Mission is to foster the good image of Parliament by educating the public about the operations and functions of the House.
Our Core Mandate hinges on promoting a good image of Parliament using multi-media approach to disseminate accurate information, and to enhance public awareness and understanding about Parliament.
FUNCTIONS/ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT
To achieve Our Mission, below are some of the functions/activities of the Department:
OUR INTERNAL SERVICE
Our Internal Service is laced with the following:
OUR EXTERNAL SERVICE
Our External Service is not limited to the following:
OUR DEPARTMENTAL RULES
Part of the rules that are guiding our departmental approach are based on sound publicity and effective coordination.
KEY STAFF OF THE PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT UTILIZATION OF OUR KEY PRODUCT
Our key product/service is the issuing of press releases on the operations and functions of Parliament, with the aim of creating public awareness and understanding of Parliamentary activities. These releases target the traditional media such as Newspapers, Radio and TV, as well as online platforms.
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