The projectís Advisory Board comprises 12 members, two from each participating country, who represent a cross section of potential end users, including officials from public authorities, senior journalists and radio and television editors, spokespersons of international corporations, communication consultants and experts.

Throughout the projectís work, members of the Advisory Board are kept informed and involved, to ensure that the projectís outcome and material will be practical, relevant, easy to use and easy to train.

Advisory Board meetings bring the Board together for case study presentations, extensive discussions for enhancing the projectís manual and training program, expanding dissemination of the project among public authorities in Europe, and for increasing the exploitation of the project beyond its lifetime.