Welcome to the 2023 PRSK Awards for Excellence Online Awards Entry platform. This year ALL entries and supporting documents will be uploaded onto this platform therefore, great care MUST be taken to ensure write ups and supporting material is within file size range of 100MB. Entrants are encouraged to create a Root File (campaign name) and sub files (award write up, award supporting documents and Video summary) which will be converted into a zip file and uploaded onto the platform (should you require assistance, please do not hesitate to contact PRSK via email ([email protected]). All entries must be submitted on the online portal in clearly marked folders as below:
All confidential information included for the benefit of the judges should be CLEARLY IDENTIFIED as such and will not be disclosed.
The judges’ verdict in each category will be revealed at the Gala event. Only the WINNING entries will receive a custom designed PRSK trophy and certificate. Winners may later request for duplicate trophies at a fee. A certificate of participation will be handed to organizations who do not emerge as winners.
|Activity 1||Award Entry Submission Deadline - View Guidelines||12th November 2022|
|Activity 2||Judges Awards Review||13th November – 16th November 2022|
|Activity 3||PRSK Awards for Excellence Ceremony||18th November 2022|
Learn how entries in the corporate publications category are evaluated.Download
The Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK) was established in 1971 when the founders of the Society felt the need to establish the professional body to guide and bring together PR practitioners in Kenya. PRSK was formed by constitution and is a registered Society. The Society's broad objective is to advance excellence in Public Relations in Kenya and to ensure that the practice continues to thrive within the ethical framework defined by the profession.
To keep abreast with the global dynamics of the profession and to create networking opportunities for the practitioner, PRSK affiliates to regional, continental, and global PR bodies. Within the East African region, PRSK is a member of the East African Public Relations Association (EAPRA). PRSK is a member of the Federation of Africa Public Relations Association (FAPRA) www.fapra.org, the continental body for all PR national associations in Africa. At the global level, PRSK is a founder member of the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communications Management (GA) www.globalpr.org. Also, members subscribe to the International Public Relations Association (IPRA), www.ipra.org thus forming the Kenya IPRA chapter.
In order that the highest degree of respect for the profession is maintained, members adhere to a code of
ethics. The PRSK Code of Professional Conduct is based on the code of Athens, which was authored by Lucien
Matrat, member emeritus (France) of IPRA. The code of Athens was adopted by the IPRA general assembly in Athens
on 12th May 1965, and modified in Teheran on 17th April 1968. IPRA later gained observer status at the United
Nations. Its code of Ethics was founded on the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.
PRSK adopted the Global Alliance Universal Protocol, which aims in achieving a unified profession and industry worldwide