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Campaigns for public sector and non-profit organisations, at home and abroad, have won recognition at this year's Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.
Ford is joining the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications as a professional-in-residence for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The Hungarian team of Luca Hadnagy and Paloma Madina from HPS Experience won the gold.
Weber Shandwick London was the only UK agency to make this year's Glass Lions shortlist at Cannes for an ActionAid campaign promoting awareness of female genital mutilation.
Launch appointed for UN event, Honey's audio hire, Goldbug adds telecoms duo, and broadcast journalist Rupert Bhatia joins Rhizome.
The UK's largest charities spend, on average, more than £700,000 on comms per year - on top of the salaries earned by their increasingly large teams.
Virgin Media will donate its shirt sponsorship of Southampton FC to disability charity Scope on Wednesday (17 May) as part of a campaign to raise awareness of the abuse suffered by some disabled fans at games.
A new voter registration campaign called Rize Up has been launched to encourage non-voters and those under 25 to have their say in the upcoming general election.
Nearly 60 per cent of respondents to a new joint PRCA/PRWeek survey have suffered from mental ill health and a majority would not feel comfortable talking to their boss about it.
A rhino on Tinder, Snickers pants and a chilling malaria film all feature in PRWeek UK's favourite campaigns from April 2017 below - check them out and cast a vote in our poll for your pick of the bunch.
Surely even the most rabid republican could not but admire the way Prince Harry used his profile to good effect when he opened up about his mental health this month.
Medical research charity Wellcome Trust has begun an #ExpertDebate, a four-week campaign looking at whether a pushback in society against the views of proclaimed experts might be hindering the environment for research.
Sports PRs 'surprised' by Sheffield United's decision to court controversy by bringing back Ched Evans
Three sports PR professionals have questioned Sheffield United's reported decision to re-sign a former player whose conviction for rape was overturned last year, saying it may prove an unhelpful "distraction" to the club - and a deterrent to the game's female audience.
The start of the year brings the inevitable talk of goal-setting. Maybe you're looking to up the ante on your personal creativity, hunt that Cannes Lion or innovate in your sector.
Flint was hired by arts charity Artichoke to stage a series of events around the London's Burning festival, which marked the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London.
I was born in Tanzania to a Ugandan father and a Rwandan-Tanzanian mother. I'm always surprised by those that talk about Africa as if it's a country and Africans as if we are all the same.
In a 'post-truth' world, the BBC has to better understand and respond to audience needs to retain credibility.
Despite being one of the least confrontational people you're likely to meet, PETA's EVP of marketing and corporate affairs Tracy Reiman leverages a combative PR plan to change laws and behaviors, and, most importantly, protect animals.
The campaign group Stop Funding Hate has demonstrated the power of a simple message delivered via social media.
Last Friday, #StopFundingHate became a trending topic in the UK after thousands on Twitter urged Daily Mail advertisers to pull their support for the paper after that day's front page portrayed three high-court judges as "enemies of the people".
Last night's PRWeek Awards featured a staggering 140 nominations, among them some inspiring campaigns from the non-profit sector.
A simple central image helped Alzheimer's Research UK cut through misunderstandings of the disease in a short film that was viewed nearly 12 million times.
Marketing has got personal. From targeted ads stalking us across the websites we visit, to incredibly targeted mailings direct to our home, we're seeing an explosion of tailored communications from brands of all varieties.
Head of Media Asthma UK Aldgate, London E1
Account Manager/Publicist - sports/talent JFL Search & Selection London (Greater)
Marketing, Design and Website Officer (FTC) VMA Group London (Greater)
Communications Officer Brand Recruitment Bedford
Community Engagement Manager Blue Skies Marketing Recruitment West Midlands
Utilities giant switches on Markettiers, Hotwire will see you now, Citigate hires in Paris and more from PRWeek UK.
Giles Kenningham, former head of political press under David Cameron's premiership and director of comms for the Conservative Party's successful 2015 general election campaign, has launched a communications consultancy.
Southwark Council appoints charity specialist as head of external affairs amid restructure of comms team
Southwark Council has appointed Tony Manwaring as its new head of external affairs in a role that will see him lead the local authority's communications, policy, public affairs and cabinet support.
In brief: Beattie hires Golley Slater's Stretton, Biggin Hill boards with 80:20, Stir brings in PrettyGreen's Grabowski
Beattie hires former Golley Slater MD, Biggin Hill gets on board with 80:20, Stir hires PrettyGreen's Grabowski and more from PRWeek UK.
Clare Preskett and Jonathan Kearney are the new co-MDs of TogoRun UK, after a promotion for the latter and the former's arrival from Havas Life Medicom.
In brief: Smarts hired by Hertz, Dogs Trust gets new comms chief, Clementine wins Greek spirit brand
Smarts hired for Hertz content, Dogs Trust gets new comms chief, Clementine wins Greek spirit brand, and more from PRWeek UK.
MI PR acquires Fizz, Huntsworth chair takes Mitie role, Beattie hires London and south MD and more from PRWeek UK.
A number of industry figures are standing to election to Parliament on 8 June.