Partners and Networks
CI works in cooperation with the parent Sector in Paris, other UNESCO offices, especially in the Asia and Pacific region, and within the UNESCO Bangkok office in implementing intersectoral projects. In order to reach its aims CI collaborates with international organizations such as UNDP, ITU, and also with regional and national organizations such as AIBD, AIT and SEAPA.
United Nations Development Programme - Regional Office for the Asia and the Pacific Region- UNDP
International Telecommunication Union- ITU
Canal France International -CFI
Stitching eIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries) - EIFL
The World Conservation Union - IUCN
Asian Institute for Broadcasting Development - AIBD
A long time partner of UNESCO is AIBD. It provides trainers and training materials to CI's media professional training courses.
Asian Institute of Technology - AIT
Collaboration with AIT is in the area of ICT applications for education, especially a pilot virtual university for the GMS region.
Asia Pacific Information Network - APIN
South East Asian Press Alliance - SEAPA
CI cooperates with SEAPA in promoting freedom of expression, in particularly the right to press freedom.
Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication - AIJC
Asia – Pacific Broadcasting Union - ABU
National and Local Organization
CI implements its programmes and projects in cooperation with beneficiary UNESCO Member States through their respective National Commission for UNESCO, designated focal points, leading communication and information institutions and academics, professional organizations, and local communities. Our collaboration with NGOs is still limited.
Thai Public Broadcasting Service - Thai PBS
Thai Journalists Association - TJA
Research Center for Development Communication Knowledge Management- CCDKM
Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Thailand- STOU
Kasetsart University, Thailand- KU
The National University of Laos- NUOL
Lao Journalists Association
MRTV 4, Myanmar
National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka- NSF
Cambodian Centre of Independent Media- CCIM
Press Council of Cambodia- PCC