Greetings from Prita Kemal Gani, MBA, MCIPR, APR

Screen-Shot-2014-10-22-at-5.07.26-PMThe implementation of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 2015 is already insight. Echo sounding of the markets in recent years has made business people think and work hard in dealing with this, so as not to lose out to the competition. In AEC 2015, there are nine pillars which exist in the mutual recognition agreement (MRA) and so far the PR profession has not yet been included. However, this does not mean the PR world is sleeping.
  1. About APRN

    Facing the challenges ahead of the ASEAN Community 2015, Mrs. Prita Kemal Gani, MBA, MCIPR, APR, Founder & Director of LSPR-Jakarta who is also the chairperson of Perhumas (Public Relations Association of Indonesia), has taken the initiative to make LSPR – Jakarta as the centre for ASEAN Public Relations

  2. Vision, Mission and Value

    To be the highest holder of PR professional standards in ASEAN or its PR central.

  3. Activities

    To set guidelines for standard competency and knowledge on Public Relations To create a universal code of conduct in PR practice To standardize the practice as a pool of talents

Constitutions & By Laws


28Feb 2017

2016 has given us all the reasons why we – as an industry and as the Global Alliance – need to stand strong in 2017.

Firstly, globalization has been called into doubt: The debate about how globalization can be a force for good, has often turned into one about how it can be reversed. In news- as well as locker rooms across the world, the question seems no longer how, but if we want the exchange of people, goods and ideas. Secondly, emotion often beat expertise in 2016: fake facts, real fears and false hopes have fired up public debate, instead of arguments crafted to sustain relationships and understanding.

Both globalization and expertise are at the core of the Global Alliance’s mission. We therefore feel there’s never been a better year to stand up for them and to promote globalization and expertise in public relations. Continue reading

25Dec 2016

JAKARTA, 19 December 2019 – The ASEAN Women’s Circle of Jakarta (AWC) and ASEAN Secretariat visited Sekolah Alam Tunas Mulia Bantar Gebang yesterday to make a donation to the school through Tunas Mulia Foundation. The in-kind contribution, raised by AWC through the ASEAN Food Festival in August 2016, included tables, chairs, cupboards, whiteboards, books and sports equipment. Continue reading

25Dec 2016

JAKARTA, 28 November 2016 – To effectively implement the recently adopted Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025, ASEAN needs a robust monitoring and evaluation system. The report Enhancing ASEAN Connectivity Monitoring and Evaluation released today at the ASEAN Secretariat assessed the progress and achievements made in the MPAC 2010, drew out the policy implications, and outlined lessons for the future. Continue reading