About the International Association of Press Clubs (IAPC)

The International Association of Press Clubs was constituted in Dubai on 6th January 2002. Current members include :

  • Dubai Press Club
  • Overseas Press Club of America
  • National Press Club of Australia
  • Berlin Press Club 
  • Foreign Correspondent's Club, Hong Kong
  • Geneva Press Club
  • International Press Club of Munich
  • London Press Club
  • Press Club Concordia - Vienna
  • Press Club de France
  • Singapore Press Club
  • Foreign Correspondents Association - Singapore
  • The Foreign Correspondent's Club of South Asia, New Delhi
  • European Federation of Press Clubs

Representing:

  1. Paris, France, PRESS CLUB DE FRANCE
  2. Francfort, Germany, FRANKFURTER PRESSE-CLUB E.V
  3. Vienne, Austria, PRESSECLUB CONCORDIA-WIEN
  4. Liège, Belgium, MAISON DE LA PRESSE DE LIEGE ET DE LUXEMBOURG
  5. Mons-Hainaut, Belgium, MAISON DE LA PRESSE DE MONS-HAINAUT
  6. Barcelone, Spain, BARCELONE INTERNATIONAL PRESSE CENTRE
  7. London, UK, LONDON PRESS CLUB
  8. Budapest, BUDAPEST PRESS CLUB
  9. Milan, Italy, CIRCOLO DELLA STAMPA
  10. Turin, Italy, CIRCOLO DELLA STAMPA
  11. Naples, Italy, CIRCOLO DELLA STAMPA
  12. Catane, Italy, CIRCOLO DELLA STAMPA
  13. Genève, Switzerland, SWISS PRESS CLUB
The IAPC is a global institution and aims to encompass the world by increasing its membership to represent all the continents. Europe is represented by several individual clubs as well as by the European Federation of Press Clubs.

The permanent General Secretariat of the IAPC is based in Dubai, UAE (Dubai Press Club).

Objectives of the IAPC include broadening the services and mutual advantages between IAPC members and developing and facilitating information exchange with political, economic, social and cultural institutions. It aims to achieve that by setting up links with other Press Clubs and International Press Centers particularly via the Internet.