A mental health initiative was launched this week to provide young public affairs practitioners with initial access to professional support.
A press officer for the police and a variety of other public sector staff are at the heart of an ongoing campaign for the union Unison, in which they ask people to thank their "public service champions".
More than 100 universities have joined forces to produce a campaign called #WeAreInternational to welcome international students and promote the benefits of higher education.
The global pay gap between men and women working in PR is £12,600, according to the results of a survey released yesterday at the ICCO summit in Oxford.
PR has changed dramatically in the last two years as data and digital skills come to the fore and the industry has less of an inferiority complex than it did, according to WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell.
Labour must convey the message to voters beyond the conference hall that it can hold the Government to account on the issues on which it is united, such as Brexit, grammar schools and health, according to Tony Blair's former comms director, David Hill.
The second PMQs session of the new Parliamentary season saw Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn question Theresa May in his final session before the opposition's leadership election.
The PRCA has issued a warning to members after PRWeek found discrepancies between two agencies' entries on the APPC and PRCA lobbying registers, one of which was in breach of the body's code of conduct.
Today, the PRCA has announced it will include gender pay gap reporting in its kitemark accreditation for consultancies for the first time, in a game-changing move that could have far-reaching implications for the industry and fair pay for women.
The man who led the comms for official Brexit campaign group Vote Leave and the former director of strategy for David Cameron have come together to launch an agency based in East London.
The Manchester agency Social Communications has opened a London base led by Ben Ruse, who has spent the last three years as lead spokesman for the rail project High Speed 2.
The first PMQs post-recess, saw MPs in buoyant mood with Theresa May congratulating the returning GB Olympic team as she took her place at the Dispatch Box.
The British Medical Association and its striking junior doctors risk "overplaying their hand" with continued strike action, with the government appearing to believe it can win the battle for public support, public affairs professionals have told PRWeek.
PRWeek's new survey of 300 respondents reveals what PRs really think of journalists, and vice versa. In the final section, we explore what journalists and PRs admire and abhor about each other, as well as their favourite PR agencies and media outlets.
Theresa May's premiership is 100 days old on Saturday and numbers can sum up this initial period aptly.
The campaign by the Trades Union Congress against the Trade Union Bill tackled stereotypes, mobilised MPs and, ultimately, proved its worth by contributing to the amendment of the planned legislation.
Just when you thought the 2016 US presidential election campaign couldn't get any weirder, Donald Trump fired off three tweets in the middle of the night urging voters to check out a sex tape allegedly featuring a former Miss Universe. His night-time Twitter spree was true to form.
Conference means Birmingham this year and the May team was determined to make a success of it - the slogan, a party that works for everyone, encapsulated that driving aim.
The Conservative Party conference presents an unique opportunity to send a message about what the party stands for and the political direction of the country.
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.
Conferences are strange events at the best of times. It's fair to say that the Labour Party isn't enjoying the best of times and Conference 2016 is not a happy place.
As the Labour Party Conference gets into full swing in Liverpool, members will be losing count of how many mentions of "unity" they are hearing, while public affairs professionals appear not quite as numerous.
Jeremy Corbyn's re-election as leader of the Labour Party proved that he represents the vast majority of party members but, for businesses, the question is whether they should be bothering to attend.
There's an irrefutably good communications logic at the heart of the Government's intended upgrade of its Neighbourhood Planning legislation.
The news that Channel 4 has outbid BBC to air future episodes of the Great British Bake Off has left fans of the show angrier than Paul Hollywood with a face full of over-baked pancakes.
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Former UK minister Francis Maude, Lord Maude of Horsham, has joined law firm Covington as a senior advisor in its public policy and government affairs practice.
The Crown Estate has hired Portland to handle PR for its retail, leisure and rural portfolios outside London, as the business announces an appointment to the new role of head of stakeholder and public affairs.
Joey Jones, the former Sky political journalist and briefly a media adviser to Theresa May during her home secretary tenure, has been appointed by Weber Shandwick as head of public affairs.
McTernan will lead the firm's international political practice effective next month.
Daniel Gilbert has returned to Hanover as senior policy adviser, after a 14-month stint as special adviser in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
Mountain Warehouse brings consumer in-house, Lewis honoured by CIPR, PHA's pair of wins and more from PRWeek UK.
Robert Oxley, previously head of media at the pro-Brexit campaign group Vote Leave, has joined the Department for International Development as a special adviser.