PRSP pushes inclusivity and transparency through its "PR for All" thrust in 2024-2025

Wed, 03/20/2024 - 18:27

Manila, Philippines. March 1, 2024 – The Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP),the country's premier organization for public relations professionals, proudly announces itstheme for 2024-2025 -- "PR for All."

The launch of the theme is meant to further underscore the society's commitment to fostering aninclusive, ethical, honorable, and transparent community where professionals, both seasoned veterans and emerging talents, can thrive and contribute meaningfully.

As PRSP celebrates its 67 years of service to the country’s PR industry this year, the organization is also reaffirming its commitment to elevating the standards of public relations through a dignified, effective, and relevant practice in service of the Filipino people.

"‘PR for All’ encapsulates everything that we’d like to achieve for the society this year," beams
Andy Saracho, APR, President of PRSP. “We welcome everyone in the PR practice to join us regardless of age, sex, social status, and religious or political beliefs in working together to promote the welfare of the Filipino people.”

As part of its commitment to "PR for All," PRSP will continue nurturing the next generation of
competent PR professionals who uphold the highest standards of integrity and a commitment to the truth in bridging people and communities together.

In line with this, PRSP envisions the concept of “PR for All” being embodied in all of its big-ticket events such as the Anvil Awards, an awards program that recognizes the use of outstanding PR tools and programs; and the National Public Relations Congress, a gathering of PR practitioners and communication experts all over the country to discuss the latest trends in PR.

There’s also the Professional Development Seminar, a bi-monthly hands-on training on effective communication strategies; the Student Congress and Grand Prix Competition for aspiring PR practitioners to provide them with hands-on PR experiences led by industry professionals and the PR Caravan, PRSP’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) program. The PR Caravan is a subset of both CSR and PR Students programs, which aims to reach out to students and guide them in taking the most appropriate course, highlighting PR and its role in nation-building.

PRSP invites all stakeholders, including the media, government, educators, and the public, to join hands in championing "PR for All."

By embracing inclusivity, demonstrating ethical practices, and upholding transparency, PRSP strives to build a community of PR professionals working together to promote the welfare of the current generation of Filipino people and the generations to come.

PRSP currently boasts of a diverse roster of members, representing various sectors such as industry, government, non-profit organizations, hospitals, schools, hotels and professional services.