Forster Communications has launched a mental health toolkit for employers - with a special emphasis on the PR industry - following a joint commission from the charity Business in the Community, and Public Health England.
SumofUs, a pressure group campaigning against the proposed trade deal between the EU and the US, is aiming an ad at employees of Unilever in a bid to inspire them to raise questions about the deal.
Leave.EU has been fined £50,000 for sending unsolicited texts to more than 500,000 people, urging them to support its campaign, although the anti-EU group has promised to appeal.
Middle-aged people should be the target of those promoting the virtues of ethical produce, rather than the young or old, according to an academic study published this month.
Freuds has been brought in to work with sister agency Proud Robinson to launch a dementia-fighting CSR initiative from telco giant Deutsche Telekom.
The charity sector's new Fundraising Regulator has appointed Pagefield on a comms and press office support brief as it prepares to launch later this year.
The London Marathon's comms chief is hoping the (very) remote participation of British astronaut Major Tim Peake and a campaign celebrating the event's one millionth finisher will make the annual event a winner with the public this weekend.
Palmyra's Arch of Triumph, destroyed by ISIS in Syria, has been recreated in London by the Institute of Digital Archaeology (IDA) as part of World Heritage Week.
Watch: 'Sharing this film could change your friend's life' - Parkinson's UK kicks off 2016 awareness week
The charity Parkinson's UK is beginning its annual Parkinson's Awareness Week with an appeal to social media users that sharing its animation "could change your friend's life".
People respond more positively to social media posts written by a member of the opposite sex even when they do not know the true identity of the author, according to new research.
Brexit voices in the EU debate have left the 'remain' camp in their wake for media share since January, according to an analysis of coverage.
While London PRs saw their wages rise last year, comms professionals elsewhere have seen them slashed by nearly 10 per cent, according to the CIPR.
The PRCA's charity and not-for-profit group has responded to Lord Hodgson's review of third party campaigning, saying there is "much to welcome" in his recommendations.
The most common criticism of your opponent's campaign is that it represents nothing more than a "chaotic talking shop". This is something aimed levelly and squarely at the Brexit campaign on a daily basis.
PRWeek's 2013 PR Census showed that 46 per cent of all PR agency employees were aged between 25 and 34. So how can today's generation of great young PR people be confident in the boardroom?
The PR and comms sector is waking up to the 'national blind spot' that employers seem to have when it comes to the gender pay gap - but does it need to do more?
The claims made against ex-Chelsea striker Didier Drogba have highlighted serious concerns about reputational damage and the knock-on effect this can have - in this case putting a significant question mark over his charity's credibility.
Last year global businesses were urged to allocate 20 per cent of their philanthropic spending to education by 2020.
Brand marketers understand the value and are increasingly masters of engaging women - think the multi-award-winning #Like a Girl and One Billion Rising campaigns.
Those of us working in comms to raise awareness of the impact of complex social issues on society - for me it is poverty in the UK - have tended to use a variety of tactics in our communication strategies: myth-busting, case studies, audience segmentation and message repetition, for example.
The PRCA rightly gave a "cautious welcome" to the Hodgson Review of Third Party Campaigning. There is much to welcome, but also much to worry about in its 103 pages.
I learned the hard way that you shouldn't over-egg the pudding in a pitch.
OK, so you have been named in the Panama Papers. This is what you should do next.
6 month Contract - Account Manager / Senior Account Manager / Press Officer Workfish London (Central), London (Greater)
Communications Director The Henry Jackson Society Westminster
Account Director Blue Skies Marketing Recruitment Oxford
Recruitment Consultant JFL Search & Selection London (Greater)
Benugo hires Fleet Street, FTI strengthens public affairs, Pernod Ricard promotes and more from PRWeek UK
Chinese airline calls on Rooster, Westminster Advisers hires from Energy UK, Nobu books VIP Worldwide and more from PRWeek UK.
Way to Blue brings Super Bock to UK, Rain recruits campaign director, Edelman's health hire, M&C Saatchi gets Movember man and more from PRWeek UK.
Cicero hires financial services veteran, former IDS special adviser joins MHP and more from PRWeek UK.
Anthony Nolan comms chief promoted, Westbourne hires two including former TaxPayers' Alliance chief, former BBC producer sets up agency, and more from PRWeek UK.
John Gisborne, previously the head of global health at MHP Communications, has been appointed MD of the healthcare team of FleishmanHillard Fishburn (FHF).
Creston: FY expectations unchanged, Porter Novelli wins juice association, Ketchum hires Red deputy editor, Field brings in Number 10 adviser and more from PRWeek UK.
Gill Holmes has joined the children's charity Barnardo's as director of policy and comms, where she will help launch the charity's new ten-year corporate strategy in the spring.