Pan Pacific Public Relations Federation (PPPRF)
Fédération pan-pacifique des relations publiques
1 July 1958, as Pan Pacific Public Relations Group, by independent consulting firms in Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, USA (Hawaii) and Thailand. Name changed, 1962, to Pan Pacific Public Relations Association to offer membership to all qualified counselling firms in the area, including Hawaii westward through Indian Ocean. Present Constitution and name adopted in 1967 with both national association and professional membership. Ceased to exist.
Facilitate cooperation among national professional groups and individuals; develop and promote the teaching of subjects conducive to training specialists in public relations; unify professional principles, ethics and practices and coordinate the activities of national associations; establish a public relations information, study and research center.Available with paid subscription only.
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