The gender divide continues to be a fact of life all over the world. Women aren't just paid less for the same job; they also pay more for the same products.
Donald Trump's campaign may have divided the opinions of people the world over but, if we can separate the politics from PR, there are elements of Team Trump's strategy that serve as a useful lesson to the comms industry.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: As the nightmare begins for Gill Morris, the 'remain' supporter and public affairs chief says lessons must be learnt from the EU referendum campaign.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: I am in shock, writes pro-EU PR boss Gavin Devine, at a result that has lots of losers.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: I'm a lifelong political animal and even I've had enough, reflects pro-'leave' PR man Mark Gallagher.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: Charity comms officer and PRWeek 30 Under 30 entrant Zoe Gardner asks which out of politicians, croissants and celebrities will actually help the public make up their minds.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: The two sides have picked their top-line messages ahead of Thursday's vote, and 'remain' supporter Gill Morris considers which will prevail.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: The final rolls of the dice are here, and David Beckham and Ruth Davidson should just about swing it for the pro-EU side, writes pro-'remain' Gavin Devine.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: Brexit-supporting Andrew Hayes writes that with Britain divided and tired of the referendum, it might be in the hands of Mother Nature.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: 'Leave' has the support of much of the UK's press, and several instinctively pro-EU titles are not being as forceful as they might. Could this win the day for the Brexit campaign, asks pro-'leave' Mark Gallagher.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: The 'leave' campaign risks turning off moderate voters with its comments on Jo Cox's murder and UKIP's controversial poster, despite Boris Johnson's efforts, writes Zoe Gardner, a charity comms officer and PRWeek 30 Under 30 entrant for 2016.
Hello from the midway point of jury duty at Cannes - we've seen pretty much everything we're here to judge, but we're yet to get to the pointy end of shortlist and silverware selection.
As the UK teeters on the brink of Brexit, it is perhaps fitting that last week I made my first journey to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: 'remain' supporter Gill Morris says that desperation is setting in for both camps, having stirred up confusion over the past few months.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: Project Fear has eroded trust in elites and made Brexit a real possibility, thinks Brexit-supporting Andrew Hayes.
PRWeek EU Referendum Panel: The murder of an MP last week must not be linked directly to the EU debate - but it reminds us that this has been an ugly affair, writes pro-'remain' Gavin Devine.
A recent study revealed that the public relations industry is finally, after years of oversight, embracing creativity as a central driving force, with 88 per cent of PR practitioners citing it as fundamental to what they do.
When was the last time someone made you feel stupid? And how did you feel afterwards?
Too often, 'comms strategy' can feel like an oxymoron, with brands and marketing teams seemingly stuck in a perpetual planning cycle that prevents anything other than purely reactive comms.
Did you hear the one about the Jägermeister pool party in Mexico where the organisers poured dry ice into the packed pool to create a great picture?
Aromatic Bombay street food that arrives with a flourish.
Only well-run pitch processes give agencies the chance to present their best work - to the ultimate benefit of the client.
Anyone can string a sentence together, but don't make the mistake of thinking anyone can do it well, says Wyn Matthews, editorial manager at Word Association.
It feels like being cheated when I've bent over backwards for journalists but they won't do me any favours, says Miriam Brown, assistant account executive at Satellite PR.
Why do so many journalists, publishers, editors and other content creators fail to follow up on initial contacts?
PRWeek's top of the month for April 2016 goes to Premiership winner Claudio Ranieri.
PRWeek's top of the month for March 2016 goes to Maria Sharapova, for the way the tennis star controlled the issue of her failed drugs test.
Liverpool Football Club has effectively been owned by Americans for a decade and frequently these US 'franchise holders' have been locked in a bitter battle with the famous club's loyal local fanbase.
PRWeek's flop of the month for April 2016 went to The Times, and its coverage of the Hillsborough inquiry result.
PRWeek's flop of the month for March 2016 goes to Google, thanks to its April Fools' prank gone awry
Will he or won't he? It was the big question in the minds of the 'leave' and 'remain' camps as they pondered which side the big beast of the Conservative Party would throw his weight behind.