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About NAPA

NAPA is a self-help body, administered on a largely voluntary basis by members of the Association. Its main objectives are to further the interests of its members and maintain professional standards of conduct.

The UK has long led the set the pace for the world's media in having an informal network of agencies providing stories and pictures to the highest standards, on a freelance basis. The advent of digital technology has seen new agencies around the world follow the model long established by founding members of NAPA.

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