The EASA education programme (EDU) translates creativity in a legal, decent, honest and truthful manner to build confidence in brands and businesses.
The aim of the 3E module (EASA - Ethics - Education) is to offer both current and future professionals the ethical elements to understand and create responsible advertising, with an emphasis on digital marketing communications.
EASA has the capacity and the experience to conduct gap analysis projects aimed at benchmarking third party’s codes or commitments against self-regulatory codes. EASA can also provide guidance and consultation advice to sectors regarding the development of best practice standards in advertising self-regulation.
EASA’s experience in developing effective self-regulation (e.g. EU Community of Practice) and the experience developed while working for a variety of sectors, place EASA in an optimal position to advice sectors that would like to develop self-regulatory initiatives.