ASEAN Public Relations Network (APRN) is an organization that serves as a platform to facilitate connectivity among PR leaders, PR practitioners, PR educators, PR institutions in the region. APRN was established in June 2014 its headquarter is based in Jakarta-Indonesia. APRN has attained its global recognition when it becomes a member of the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management—the confederation of the world’s major PR and communication management associations and institutions, representing 280.000 practitioners and academics around the world.

Of which they appointed the current President of APRN Prita Kemal Gani as the Delegate-at-large and Chair of Regional Council Members for Asia-Pacific. And has launched the Global Alliance Regional Office for Asia Pacific at the ASEAN PR Network Secretariat Office in Jakarta Indonesia.

Aside from Global Alliance, ASEAN Public Relations Network (APRN) also collaborated with Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) last October 2018 APRN and PRIA at LSPR Renon Bali Campus, in Bali, Indonesia. This commitment of cooperation was signed by Prita Kemal Gani as President of APRN and Jennifer Muir as Former President PR Institute of Australia and was supported by other PR Leaders from Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippine.

This document serves as a symbol between APRN and PRIA to work together for the fulfillment of the goal to bridge the gap of Public Relations Professionals’ Competencies in the ASEAN region. This endeavor will support the ASEAN mission of developing professionals to be globally competitive in a wide range of sectors and industries. This, in turn, will enhance the job skills development of Public Relations professionals, improve their wages or salaries and productivity, and enable them employment migration opportunities anywhere in the region and globally especially in Australia.