Press accreditation guidelines
Press accreditation for the 14th IACC is available for journalists from all fields (print, online, TV, radio, web, and photographers). Those who receive press accreditation for the 14th IACC will not be subject to any fees.
How to apply for online accreditation
To become accredited online, please submit the 14th IACC Press Accreditation Form and a clear photocopy or scanned copy of your valid professional press card via fax or e-mail by 1 November, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Freelance journalists are required to provide an official assignment letter from the responsible editor confirming assignment to cover the 14th IACC in addition to a copy of a valid press card.
Online press should provide an official letter signed by their editor confirming the assignment to cover the 14th IACC. This letter should also contain information about the website and daily hits on the site.
Please send the completed accreditation form and supporting documents to email@example.com
The status of your accreditation will be confirmed no later than two weeks after the submission of your accreditation form. Online accreditation assures that your credential will be ready for pick-up once you arrive at the Conference. It is strongly recommended that applications for accreditation be submitted online as early as possible in order to avoid delays.
Accreditation applies to all events taking place at the official Conference agenda, including social events. Special or side events which are not part of the Conference agenda are not included in the accreditation. If you would like to attend an event outside the official agenda please contact the media representative directly.
Press credentials will be available at the press accreditation counter at the entrance of the venue, the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, starting on 9 November at 13:00.
Please note that press passes are not transferable. Lost press passes must be reported immediately to the onsite Media Coordinator.
Upon arrival, press will be given:
- Press identification badge (yellow)
- Press kit (English, Thai)
Onsite accreditation will be granted during the entire Conference, provided the accreditation form and other required supporting documents are completed on location. However, to avoid delays at the Conference, it is advisable to apply for online accreditation in advance.
General inquiries or questions relating to technical requirements and logistical matters should also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Press Filing Centre
The press filing centre will be indicated on the Conference venue map. The centre will provide work stations and computers with updated software, desks and hook-ups for working with your own laptop, IT support, broadband WIFI internet access, printers, fax machines and mobile phone signal. Copies of speeches, press releases, the Conference Programme, a press conference schedule and other relevant information will be available.
14th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC)
Theme: Restoring trust: Global action for transparency
Dates:10 to13 November 2010
Location: The Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, 60 New Rachadapisek Road, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
Language:Official Conference language is English. Plenary sessions will have simultaneous translation into the 6 UN languages and Thai. Workshops and special events will have simultaneous translations into English and Thai.
Please note that journalists accredited to cover the 14th IACC are responsible for their own travel and hotel arrangements.
For information regarding visas, airlines and accommodation, please see the designated sections on this website.
If PDF formats are not supported, please write to email@example.com and request to be emailed the Press Accreditation form in WORD format.