Our thanks to the workshop trainers: Dr Zahera Harb, Senior Lecturer in International Journalism, City, University of London and Mr. Pipope Panitchpakdi, Deputy Director General, Thai PBS. Thanks also to our guest trainer & webinar curator: Mr Paul Risley, Communications and Media Relations Professional, Member of Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT). And the Project Manager for Public Media Alliance: Jasmine Chandler.

This important project and guidelines would not have been possible without the support of the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN) and the support of funding from UNESCO’s International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) and UNESCO Jakarta, with particular thanks to Dr. Ming-Kuok Lim, Advisor for Communication and Information. The workshop was supported locally by the Asian Broadcasting Union (ABU) and IPPTAR Malaysia.

A special thanks to our workshop participants who collaborated to produce these guidelines: Joanna Aglibotl, Virginia Arcilla-Agtay, Rahmat Ashari, Nor Hawanis Abd Aziz, Rusnaniza Baharom, Leana Bea Bernardo, Christiana Chelsia Chan, Chua Hin Chiew, Arturo Cruz, Antonio Dias, Ahmad Djauhar, Lourdes Escaros, Timothy A. Ijiran, Idhan bin Ishak, Aldimar Sahi Jawali, Razmin Hafiz Khalid, Ani Hasanah Mubarok, Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, Budi Nugroho, Daulat Pane, Japupa Panitchpakdi, Nezar Patria, Yosep Adi Prasetyo, Nur Sakinah, Noor Hidayu Samsuddin, Ana Sequeira, Thiptawa Teeranaipong.

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