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  • 2017-09-27 00:00:00
    2017-09-29 14:02:03
    Theme: "Rethinking Communication in a Resurgent Asia"
    Register now at
    According to an ancient Chinese proverb, To forget one’s ancestors is to be a brook without a source, a tree without roots.
    An old Philippine proverb says, Sino man ang hindi marunong lumingon sa kanyang pinang-galingan, ay hindi makakarating sa kanyang paroroonan. (He who does not think back on his past, will not arrive at his destination.)
    We invoke this ancient Asian wisdom to warn, as we lunge headlong into today’s fast-changing world, that non-Asian communication theories, sophisticated gadgets and apps are not the panacea to the world’s problems. The solutions are in us.
    We in AMIC and in Asia need to rediscover our roots, somehow buried under our feet as we run mindlessly forward. We have imbibed non-Asian ways, and adopted foreign communication theories, methodologies and practices as we studied abroad, and brought them back to Asia to teach to our young students who would one day become our disciples.
    We preach that communication and culture are inextricably linked. But have we studied or developed Asian theories of communication based on Asian culture? Very little. In this coming 2016 AMIC annual conference, we pause and look back to where we came from.
    We need to rediscover our “Asianess” amidst a resurging Asia. The Asian Development Bank has reported that if Asia continues its current growth trajectory, by 2050 it will regain the dominant economic position it held some 300 years ago, before the industrial revolution. In this scenario Asia’s gross domestic product (GDP) will reach $174 trillion (or half of the global GDP) from $17 trillion in 2010.
    A resurging Asia must also be seen in terms of new challenges characterized by inequalities, conflicts, climate change, unsustainable practices, and corruption. Beyond the tools of mass communication, are there distinct Asian communication strategies which can effectively address these challenges that threaten the resurgence of Asia?
    Let us rediscover our Asian past so that we can confidently move into our future.
    Cluster on Asian Philosophies, Theories, and Paradigms
    • How Asian Philosophies and Religion Influence Communication Paradigms 
    • Asian (Indigenous) Communication Theories, Paradigms, and Models
    • Media History and Asian Perspectives: Remembering the Past for the Future
    • Cultural Traditions and Communication Theory
    • Asian Research Framework and Methodologies
    Cluster on Communication and Culture
    • Protecting and Preserving Our Cultural Heritage (Amidst Natural and Man-made Disasters)
    • Intercultural Dialogue for Tolerance, Harmony, and Peace
    • Addressing Hate Speech, Radicalism, and Extremism in Asian Media
    Cluster on Communication Education
    • Asian Higher Education Integration
    • Accreditation Standards for Asia-Pacific Communication Schools
    Cluster on Media and Information Literacy
    Cluster on Communication Media
    • Revival (or Rediscovery) of Asian Traditional (Folk) Media
    • Asian Films, Directors, and Performers in the Global Cinema
    Cluster on Communication Strategies and Approaches
    • Asian Conflict Resolution Styles and Communication
    • Good Governance and Communication (including Poverty Alleviation, Fighting Corruption)
    • Risk, Disaster, and Humanitarian Communication
    • Health Communication (including Behavior and Social Change)
    Cluster on Inclusive Knowledge Societies
    • Access to Knowledge and Information by Persons with Disabilities
    • Access to Knowledge and Information by Indigenous People
    • Right to Information of Internally Displaced Persons
    • Access Beyond Genders (and Gender Preference)
    Cluster on Global Communication 
    • Communication and the Asian Diaspora (Migration)
    • Asia-Africa Dialogue on Commonalities and Divergences in Communication
    Cluster on Asian Business Communication
    • Branding Asia/Branding in Asia
    • Trade and Investment Communication 
    • Cross-cultural Business Communication in an Asian Setting 

    Papers will be selected on a competitive basis and all submissions will be screened by an expert panel.
    Abstracts due: 31 March 2017
    Notification of acceptance May 2017 
    Full papers due: July 2017
    Abstracts and papers should be submitted via e-mail (
    Please do not send abstracts/papers to the personal e-mail addresses of conference organizers.
    Abstracts submitted in the cancelled 2016 conference can be considered submitted for review and possible presentation in the 2017 conference but a letter of intent from the abstract writer is needed. The letter should be emailed to conference organizers (( on or before 28 February 2017.
    Indicate your proposed Conference Cluster (and specific stream) in the subject line of your e-mail.
    E-mail should include the following: 
    • paper title
    • author name, position, institution
    • short biography of author (100 words)
    • paper abstract (500 words) 

    If your abstract is approved for presentation, you will be required to submit the full paper prior to the conference. The full paper should adhere to the following requirements:
    • should be written in English.
    • be of 5,000-8,000 words in length.
    • have citation in APA style.
    • should be Microsoft Word or RTF document. Font should be Times New Roman, 12 pts. Please use plain text and not formatting.

    For more information, please contact Mr. Ramon R. Tuazon ( or
    Note to all authors: By submitting your paper, you agree that if your paper is selected, you will register for the conference and present the paper. All co-authors attending and/or presenting at the conference must register too.
    Criteria to be used to evaluate abstracts include the following: 
    • Relevance of the topic to the conference theme
    • Well-defined topics /issue(s) to be examined and discussed 
    • Originality and innovativeness of topic 
    • Adherence to solid research design and methodology (for research-based papers)
    • Limitations identified (for research-based papers)
    • Good language and writing quality and logical organization of paper
    • Potential contributions to the advancement of communication theory, research and practice 

    Full Papers
    Criteria to be used to evaluate full papers include the following: 
    • Extensive and appropriate literature review
    • Good writing quality, e.g., style is clear and engaging
    • Logical organization of paper
    • In-depth and evidence-based analysis and conclusions 
    • Concrete recommendations for research, policy, and action projects
    • Publication-ready

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  • 2016-11-25 07:00:00
    2016-11-25 17:00:00

    President Rodrigo R. Duterte is a communication phenomenon who needs “deconstructing” to be better understood and appreciated. 

    On November 25, some of the country’s top social scientists, communication scholars and practitioners joined government spokespersons in a forum aimed at dissecting the communication style that made Rodrigo R. Duterte capture the imagination of 16 million voters, receive high trust rating, and mobilize passionate defenders including the so-called “social media trolls.” 

    Deconstructing towards Understanding: the Communication Content & Style of President Rodrigo R. Duterte was held by the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre, Inc. (AMIC) at the Conrado Benitez Hall of Philippine Women’s University in Manila. 

    According to AMIC chairman Dr. Crispin C. Maslog, deconstruction is a social science method of critical text analysis that does not actually mean “demolition.” The term was coined by French philosopher and semiotician Jacques Derrida in the 1960s. Social scientists use this as method to discover, recognize, and understand the underlying assumptions, ideas, and frames that form the basis for thoughts and beliefs. 

    Among the speakers were National Artist for Literature F. Sionil Jose, Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella, Ramon “Bong” Osorio, sociolinguist Prof. Farah Cunanan, historian Prof. Clement Camposano, and journalists Ellen Tordesillas, Marites Vitug, and John Nery. 

    AMIC is a media international non-government organization (INGO) committed to promote communication and media development in the Asia Pacific region. It seeks to provide a platform for discussion of current and emerging communication issues. 

    During the event, AMIC also inaugurated its new headquarters at PWU. Established and registered in 1971 as a non-profit NGO in Singapore, AMIC transferred its operation to Manila, Philippines in 2015. It is managed by the Philippine Women’s University-Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication consortium.

  • From July 18, 2016 to October 07, 2016
    2016-07-18 13:37:00
    2016-10-07 15:37:00

    The Temasek Foundation and Nanyang Technological University will be running the 8th Asia Journalism Fellowship (AJF) from 18 July to 7 October 2016. 

    Applications will officially open on 11 January. 

    The AJF is a unique and coveted mid-career sabbatical programme for accomplished journalists from across Asia. Participation in the three-month residential fellowship is fully sponsored. 

    Since its launch in 2009, the AJF has hosted more than 100 journalists – representing newspapers, magazines, TV/radio stations and online media from 17 different Asian territories – all united in their passion for excellence in journalism. 

    Visit AJF website, for more details.

  • From July 14, 2016 to July 16, 2016
    2016-07-14 18:59:00
    2016-07-16 20:59:00

    The 4th World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC) will be held in Auckland, New Zealand from July 14 to July 16, 2016.

    The WJEC will be hosted by Auckland University of Technology's School of Communication Studies.

    It will provide a discussion forum on socio-technological changes that impact on the journalism and journalism education worldwide. 

    The WJEC was occasioned by contemporary developments that signal significant shifts in the place of journalism programmes within the academe and the broader educational environment, and in relationships with industry and wider society.The implications of this transition will be WJEC’s focus.

    Journalism Education in the Asia-Pacific will also be a strong feature of the conference, in partnership with the Pacific Media Centre.

    Topics to be discussed at the WJEC include:

    • Mobile/Social/User-generated Media and Journalism 

    • Research Trends in Journalism
    • Utilising the Professional Connection Work in Journalism Education 

    • 21st Century Ethical Issues in Journalism
    • Journalism Education and an Informed Citizenry 

    • Journalism Programmes Offered by the Industry 

    • Journalism Education in the South Pacific
    • Journalism Education in Asia

    Conference organizers are calling for abstracts. Please contact: Steering Committee chair Associate Professor Verica Rupar.   

    For inquiries from the Asia-Pacific, please contact Professor David Robie, New Zealand Country Representative of AMIC and 2015 AMIC Communication Awardee.

    More details can be viewed at the WJEC conference website at AUT, and the AUT School of Communication Studies.

  • From July 14, 2016 to July 16, 2016
    2016-07-14 15:31:00
    2016-07-16 17:31:00

    Call for Abstracts 

    The 4th World Journalism Education Congress will be held at the Auckland University of Technology in Auckland, New Zealand on July 14 to 16, 2016. It follows the successful third congress held in Mechelen, Belgium, in July 2013. (For details see and

    With the support of journalism education organizations worldwide, the Congress is designed to provide a discussion forum on common issues and interests and a foundation for supporting the continuing development of journalism and journalism education around the globe.  

    The WJEC is inviting academic paper abstracts related to the wider issue of journalism education for presentation as refereed research papers at the conference. 

    Abstracts will be accepted on any topics related to mass communication but submitters are encouraged to focus their submissions on the broader conference theme, “Identity and Integrity in Journalism Education” and to specifically relate their work to: 

    • Mobile/Social/User-generated Media and Journalism
    • Research Trends in Journalism
    • Utilizing the Professional Connection in Journalism Education
    • 21st Century Ethical Issues in Journalism
    • Journalism Education and an Informed Citizenry
    • Journalism Programs Offered by the Industry
    • Journalism Education in the South Pacific
    • Journalism Education in Asia 

    Abstract submission guidelines: WJEC invites interested presenters to electronically submit abstracts only (minimum 500 words; maximum 800 words) by December 1, 2015

    The main WJEC conference page:

    WJEC special Asia-Pacific page is:

  • From February 12, 2016 to February 12, 2016
    2016-02-12 08:00:00
    2016-02-12 17:00:00

    A call for papers has been issued for the Seminar on the Implications and Influences of New Media Technologies on  Journalism. This will be held at the M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women on February 12, 2016. 

    Sponsored by the college's School of Communication and Media Studies-Department of Journalism, the Seminar will feature research presentations by the faculty from various academic institutions in India. 

    Papers to be presented should be based on original, empirical research, or with a heavy focus on review of literature in traditional media and new media. 

    Expected to be discussed are the following: impacts; news values and credibility issues of both traditional media and new media;  the use of social media sources for mainstream news; and new media issues such as emergency journalism and viral news. 

    The Seminar hopes to enrich the discussion on whether social media is a platform for establishing power, or a platform for resistance. 

    Since the Seminar will bring together educators, special attention will be given to areas of curriculum development, and innovations in journalism education. 

    Abstracts may be submitted until October 20, 2015. Full papers of abstracts approved of 3,000-4,000 words can be submitted until December 20, 2015. 

    Registration fee is set at 500 rupees, in favor of M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women, Chennai.

    Organizers can be contacted at:


    Department of Journalism, M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women:

    Phone: 044-28330507 ext 402

    Postal mail: M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women (Autonomous)

    No. 20, IV Lane, Nungambakkam High Road

    Chennai-600 034 

    More details can be read at:

  • From December 14, 2015 to December 15, 2015
    2015-12-14 15:23:00
    2015-12-15 17:23:00

    The Chulalongkorn University’s Communication Arts Faculty will host on 14-15 December 2015 a seminar that seeks to develop a Mindful Journalism training curriculum that draws lessons from Asia’s age-old philosophical wisdom. 

    This seminar is part of a program funded by UNESCO’s International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) that aims to develop course materials and train-the-trainers to upgrade journalism training in the ASEAN and SAARC region. 

    The project will take a unique approach to developing communication strategies based on Asian philosophical ideas and communication theories emanating from Buddhist, Hindu and Confucian teachings. 

    These teachings cover areas such as social harmony, protection of nature and environment, respect of cultural diversity and encouragement of self-sufficiency economic models. 

    Selected Asian communication scholars, media practitioners, and philosophers from Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, South Korea, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Singapore will attend the Bangkok conference. 

    A core team of scholars will develop a web-based curriculum and resource materials based on presentations given during the seminar. 

    The December 2015 seminar will be followed in early 2016 by a two-week training-the-trainer consultation at Chulalongkorn University. 

    At least 10 journalism trainers from ASEAN and SAARC countries will attend the seminar in early 2016 where the newly-developed Mindful Journalism Curriculum will be introduced. 

    For more information, contact: Dr Jirayudh Sinthuphan ( or Dr. Kalinga Seneviratne  (

  • 2015-12-10 17:26:00
    2015-12-11 19:26:00

    The University of Indonesia, Depok Campus, will host the 3rd Indonesia International Conference on Communication on December 10-11, 2015 .

    The Conference will carry as main theme Communication and Collaboration.

    The Conference aims to trigger a rethinking on the role media and communication play in an era of rapid social transformation.

    It also hopes to trigger a discourse on old and new media, its structures and formats, so that participating communicators can appreciate developments related to these areas.

    Keynote speakers include Prof. Zaharom Naim (University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus), Prof. Brenda Cherednichenko (Deakin University, Australia), and Dr. Shuang Liu (Queensland University, Australia)

    More information is available at:

  • 2015-11-19 00:00:00
    2015-11-20 18:53:36

    More than 300 participants from various social sectors are expected to attend the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cyber Security 2015 that will take place on November 19, 2015 at New Delhi, India.

    The Cyberlaw Conference is being organized by Cyberlaws.Net and Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates of the Supreme Court of India. It is also being supported by AMIC and various other civil society and media organizations.

    TheInternational Conference aims to examine and analyze emerging Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity trends of today’s times. It will be attended by various international delegates and speakers, aside from representatives and stakeholders in the digital ecosystem and alive web. 

    Expected to attend are representatives from central governments, state governments, various ministries, law enforcement agencies, police, business, information technology and corporate sector representatives, academicians, scholars, service providers, international organizations and distinguished thought leaders.

    The 2015 International Conference on Cyber Law, Cyber Crime & Cybersecurity aims to examine important aspects pertaining to evolving jurisprudence concerning Cyber Law, Cyber Crime and Cybersecurity. 

    Among the issues up for discussion are Cyber Law; newly emerging cybercrimes;  trends in cyber security; surveillance, interception and sovereignty; digital privacy; internet jurisdiction; digital defamation; cyberterrorism, cyberfundamentalism and cyberextremism; mobile crimes; cyberbullying, and social media, among others.

    The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity is supported by the UNESCO, International Telecommunications Union, as also by Commonwealth of Nations, Council of Europe, Europol Cybercrime Centre, Internet Society, World Federation of Scientists, International Association of Prosecutors, Global Prosecutors E-Crime Network and Asia Cloud Computing Association.

    More about the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity and its objectives is available at

  • From June 10, 2015 to June 13, 2015
    2015-06-10 14:00:00
    2015-06-13 13:00:00

    Communicating in an e-Asia: values, technologies, and challenges

    in partnership with 
    American University in Dubai (AUD), Dubai
     – 13 June, 2015

    Globally, the last decade has seen exponential growth in the use of mobile technologies and the Internet. From e-mail to e-governance, e-commerce to e-learning, Internet usage has changed the way the world communicates.

    At the forefront of the electronic and digital revolution in Asia has been the mobile phone. Recent International Telecommunication Union (ITU) statistics indicate that in the period from 2005 to 2013, mobile (cellular) phone subscriber numbers in the Asia-Pacific region have soared from 833 million to 3,547 million users. The era of an e-Asia has dawned.

    The benefits of instant, intranational and trans-border communication have impacted upon almost every aspect of life, with mobile phones and the Internet providing new pathways for inter-personal communication, business and commercial enterprise, community development, educational opportunity, governance, and democratic reform. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are an enabling factor in supporting marginalized societies to more beneficially interact with a broader citizenry, while the convergence of computers, media, and telecommunications has created new platforms for entrepreneurship, education, and political inclusion.

    However, in the Asia-Pacific region, where cultural traditions and family values are hugely respected and deeply ingrained, the influences of a new ‘e-Asia literacy’ are impacting on social conventions, etiquette, language and community structures. In a homogenized international ‘knowledge society’ where communication processes transcend national boundaries, the retention of traditional values and ways of life are increasingly challenged.  


  • From May 21, 2014 to May 23, 2014
    2014-05-21 08:00:00
    2014-05-23 17:35:40




    In the ‘Knowledge Society’, where the  Internet has become a key tool in disseminating informational materials, radio remains  an effective, relatively low-cost platform in providing a range of content to  diverse audiences. The traditional methods of delivering radio via medium-wave,  shortwave and FM are changing as mobile devices and computers increasingly become  integrated with the listening environment. However, while new ways of accessing  radio are growing, at the end of the day, the expression ‘content is king and  technology is queen’ remains a truism.

    Radio’s unique qualities in providing  musical and spoken word entertainment are well known and will be further underlined  at RadioAsia2014 in Colombo, Sri  Lanka (21-23 May, 2014) through a co-hosting opportunity with the prestigious ABU Radio Song Festival. Over the years,  radio has also played a key role in rapidly bringing a wide range of current  information and local/global news to its listenership and this is recognised as  a hallmark feature of the medium.

  • From March 15, 2014 to March 17, 2014
    2014-03-15 17:00:00
    2014-03-17 01:00:01

    In collaboration with the Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, AMIC in India is planning to host a national seminar on "Emerging Languages in Public Discourse and New Media". The seminar is scheduled to be held on March 15-16, 2014. Venue: Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore.

    For more information please contact Dr. Binod Agrawal at or

  • From July 29, 2013 to July 31, 2013
    2013-07-29 08:00:00
    2013-07-31 08:00:00

    Social media have virtually gone viral. Every event that carries a message is reflected on the social media networks, providing immediacy in engaging huge crowds of networked participants. The social media networks have become a highly efficient platform for conveying content, something that was totally in the domain of the broadcasters for almost a century.

  • From July 04, 2013 to July 07, 2013
    2013-07-04 08:00:00
    2013-07-07 08:00:00

    The theme of this year’s annual AMIC conference seeks to highlight the role of communication and the media in bringing about a ‘New Asia’, that is, an Asia that is slowly transforming into a ‘soft power’ as Europe and North America seem to continue their decline.

  • From November 16, 2012 to November 17, 2012
    2012-11-16 08:00:00
    2012-11-17 08:00:00

    The Internet Society Singapore Chapter together with AMIC organised "The Social Internet" conference focusing on 'SoLoMo' at the Orchard Parade Hotel, Singapore from November 16 - 17. SoLoMo - social, local and mobile - is the merging of social, local and mobile technology. It targets consumers based on their current location and is designed to be shared through social networks. The conference had sessions which focused on business, social and educational opportunities in SoLoMo, as well as sessions on challenges and conflicts, law and disorder, and Asian start-ups.

  • From November 12, 2012 to November 15, 2012
    2012-11-12 08:00:00
    2012-11-15 08:00:00

    The inaugural Asian meeting of the International Conference on e-Democracy and Open Government - CeDEM-Asia-2012 - discussed the role of social and mobile media in the future of governance in Asia and elsewhere. The two day conference was held from November 14-15 at the Orchard Parade Hotel in Singapore. The conference was jointly organised by Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (Nanyang Technological University), Centre for E-Government (Danube University Krems), Nam Center for Korean Studies (University of Michigan), AMIC and Institute of Policy Studies (National University of Singapore).

    The conference featured panel sessions where researchers from Europe and Asia alike show-cased their findings. Some of the topics covered were:

    • E-campaigning and government-to-citizen interaction via social media
    • Social media and democratisation in Asia
    • Political discourse and information provision through modern ICTs
    • ICTs for developing countries and ICTs for the inclusion of fringe groups
    • Cybercrimes
  • From July 11, 2012 to July 14, 2012
    2012-07-11 08:00:00
    2012-07-14 08:00:00
    The theme of the 21st Annual Conference is "Forty Years of Media and Communication in Asia: Retrospect, Introspect and Prospects". Against the background of the 40th anniversary of AMIC, it is proposed to take stock of media and communication studies keeping in mind the challenges and opportunities arising out of globalisation, new media and the rise of Asia. Hence, the conference seeks to address the challenges and opportunities arising out of these new global developments for media practitioners and communication scholars especially in terms of De-westernising the past and Asian-ising the present in theory and practice. Is it time to break the mould and build a new cast? In the background of such developments, it is time to take stock and re-look at the field to re-interpret old perspectives and generate new relevant perspectives. This year's conference is a very special one as it will also celebrate AMIC's 40th anniversary.
  • From May 07, 2012 to May 09, 2012
    2012-05-07 08:00:00
    2012-05-09 08:00:00
    RadioAsia 2012 Conference, will be held in Jakarta from 7-9 May 2012. The Conference will address current pressing issues facing the resurgent radio broadcasting industry in Indonesia and in the region.
  • From December 16, 2011 to December 17, 2011
    2011-12-16 08:00:00
    2011-12-17 08:00:00
    Under the theme of "Developing Social Media Collaborations" a two-day ASEAN Media Forum & a Workshop was held on 16th & 17th December 2011 at the National Library Board and Singapore Council for Women's Association (SCWO) in Singapore respectively. This year, AMF focused on social media in ASEAN and ways of strengthening cooperation between them for greater community building. The workshop on 17th December focused on understanding network effects and leveraging online communities to create an ASEAN senior citizens network. A special panel discussion on "Impact of Anti-Terror Laws on the Media in Southeast Asia" followed by a book launch titled Balancing Civil Rights and National Security: Impact of Anti-Terror Laws on Media and Civil Liberties in Europe and Asia, took place on 17th December morning.
  • From June 24, 2011 to June 27, 2011
    2011-06-24 08:00:00
    2011-06-27 08:00:00
    The 20th AMIC Annual Conference Conference Theme: Taking Stock of Asian Communication Studies: Retrospects and Prospects The 20th AMIC Annual Conference will be held on 23-27 June 2011 in Hyderabad, India.
  • From February 21, 2011 to February 23, 2011
    2011-02-21 08:00:00
    2011-02-23 08:00:00
    RadioAsia2011 Conference (RAC2011) addresses on-going developments in radio broadcasting content and services while highlighting the near future opportunities and challenges. RA2011 will focus on the how these advances will become instrumental in shaping radio as a global medium of choice for mass audiences, as also for niche audiences.
  • From November 18, 2010 to November 19, 2010
    2010-11-18 08:00:00
    2010-11-19 08:00:00
    AMIC conferences are open to academics, media industry professionals, government agencies, policymakers, regulators, UN agencies, donors, research groups, civil society organizations, independent consultants and students.
  • From November 09, 2010 to November 10, 2010
    2010-11-09 08:00:00
    2010-11-10 08:00:00
    2nd ASEAN Media Forum, Bangkok The 2nd ASEAN Media Forum was held on 9-10 November at Hotel Windsor Suite in Bangkok, Thailand. Themed 'Developing Regional Media Collaborations for ASEAN Community Building', the two-day forum had concurrently ran a workshop after the ASEAN Summit. AMIC's project partners of this forum include the Fredrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) and the ASEAN Secretariat. AMIC conferences are open to academics, media industry professionals, government agencies, policymakers, regulators, UN agencies, donors, research groups, civil society organisations, independent consultants and students.
  • From June 21, 2010 to June 23, 2010
    2010-06-21 08:00:00
    2010-06-23 08:00:00

    The Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) is pleased to announce its 19th Annual Conference, to be held in Singapore on 21-23 June 2010, at Suntec City. AMIC is especially happy to hold this conference back to back with the International Communication Association (ICA) Conference which will take place at the same venue from 23 to 26 June. This is a rare opportunity for you to spend a whole week listening to and interacting with many of the best brains in the media world on an extraordinary range of topics and issues.

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