Peter Kaiser

Peter Kaiser is the Crisis Communications Adviser in the IAEA's Incident and Emergency Centre. He develops and delivers training and how-to guidance in crisis and emergency public communication, and coordinates research on online misinformation's disruption of emergency public protective measures. He also supports the IAEA's own emergency preparedness and response through internal staff training and exercises, as well as developing public messaging and plans during crises and emergency response. His emergency experience includes providing crisis communication advice during the IAEA's response to the current crisis in Ukraine, as well as leading the IAEA's web, social media, and public outreach (email and telephone hotlines) during the Fukushima Daiichi accident. For over 20 years, Peter leads communications teams at international organisations. Prior to his work with international organisations (OPCW, IAEA, and KAICIID), he was a network TV news correspondent (CNBC, Reuters, Deutsche Welle, N-TV), bureau chief (CNBC-Europe, Frankfurt), and radio journalist (BBC World Service and German public broadcaster, ARD) for over 10 years.

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