Responsible investment management firm Alquity is looking for an ambassador to kick-start a global conversation about the relationship between business and society as part of a new campaign called 'Ubuntu People'.
In brief: Fishburn finance head joins Benjamin Ball, Burning Night appoints Golley Slater, Stature wins BAFTA brief
Fishburn's finance head Paul Farrow joins Benjamin Ball, Burning Night bar group appoints Golley Slater, Stature PR wins BAFTA games brief and more from PRWeek UK.
The charity Comic Relief has hired House PR to manage a national campaign to promote the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Games 2016, following a five-way pitch.
The British Red Cross has appointed Zoe Abrams as its new executive director of comms and engagement.
Greenpeace claimed victory over Shell this morning after the company announced it would end all Arctic exploration "for the foreseeable future".
London agency Freuds is at the helm of a roster of agencies briefed to spread awareness of the United Nations' Global Goals for sustainable development, which are being ratified in New York.
The CIPR has begun using online fundraising platform Virgin Money Giving as it seeks to grow the assets of iprovision, the organisation's benevolent fund for current and former members or staff who fall on hard times.
Colin Morris, currently group programme comms manager at The Open University, has joined the Motor Neurone Disease Association charity as head of comms and digital.
In brief: Topshop jewellery brand takes on Stature, Shakespeare charity hires Flagship, plus Brazen, PETA and Storm
Topshop jewellery brand takes on Stature PR, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust hires Flagship, Marks back to Brazen as director, PETA takes on Good Agency for fundraising and more from PRWeek UK.
In brief: LaplandUK appoints PHA for 2015 launch, Premdor appoints Faith PR, DropIt hires Rain, Kindred's anthology
LaplandUK appoints PHA Media for launch, door manufacturer Premdor appoints Faith PR, DropIt appoints Rain to launch B2B strategy and Kindred launches marcoms and media anthology for charity.
Fundraising chief apologises for causing "anxiety and distress" as charities pen letter to The Sunday Times
The chair of the organisation representing charity fundraisers yesterday apologised for recent cases where charity fundraising tactics had "fallen below the expectations of the public".
Europe's refugee crisis has taken centre stage - three PRs give their views on how it happened, and what it means for the debate as a whole, and for charities and businesses wanting to speak out.
In brief: Wrapped launches, Cubitt works with .tickets, PRCA Conference coming soon, JPES Partners, Bubble & Squeak, Claremont, Cartwright
Wrapped launches with Clark leading PR, Cubitt booked by .tickets domain operator, PRCA Conference keynote announced, Asset manager AllianceBernstein appoints JPES Partners, Claremont wins forestry brief and more from PRWeek UK.
We were heading to Malaysia to begin the largest anti-corruption conference in the world and it was due to be opened by the Prime Minister. He had pocketed $700m dollars into his personal bank account claiming it was a "political donation" from a mysterious Middle East donor.
There was an eerie lull around the Labour Party Conference on Monday morning - there's no security to really speak of and not much of a queue to get in, writes Michelle Di Leo of FleishmanHillard.
According to research by the University of Oxford and Deloitte, there's a three per cent chance that a robot will steal my job in the not so distant future, writes Robert Bownes of Profusion.
Shell has faced reputational problems for years, largely caused by environmental campaigners and the oil giant's reluctance to engage in public debate. Its vice-president for media relations tells Alex Benady why drilling in the Arctic is not as destructive as it sounds and how the company is embracing engagement to convince the world that hydrocarbons are the future.
Big data, social listening and Google analytics are bringing some science to the art of PR, but while our industry can confidently advise on the right digital tools to capture data, we have less to say on how that data should be used, writes Simon Maule of Linstock
The recent negative press directed at charities proves the sector should not think itself immune to criticism and protect itself accordingly, writes Deborah Watson of Lexia.
The demise of GoGen last weekend was an object lesson in the dangers of not refining your crisis comms response.
The PR world has always had a large number of gay practitioners but support networks for this community remain notably absent.
The Charity Commission and the Electoral Commission are both under fire from the PRCA for giving charities conflicting advice on how to navigate the finer points of the Lobbying Act.
The success of the England team at the recent FIFA Women's World Cup has only further increased my ire because it highlights the great brand hypocrisy of our time: why aren't brands investing in women's sport?
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In brief: Champollion appoints ex-Diageo comms chief; new comms head at Red Cross; Cohn & Wolfe's India acquisition
Champollion appoints ex-Diageo comms chief Ian Wright, Abrams to head comms at British Red Cross, Cohn & Wolfe acquires Six Degrees to boost India offering, Gerber appoints Aduro Communications for EU brief, and more from PRWeek UK.
Oxfam has appointed former Good Morning Britain news correspondent Cordelia Kretzschmar as head of public relations.
In brief: Hozelock appoints The Ideas Network, The Cult PR gets street food deal, Bottle hires editor
Hozelock brings in The Ideas Network on year-long contract; Street food firm Magicgoal hires The Cult PR; Bottle appoints Liz Beswick as editor and more from PRWeek UK.
Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing hires Frank PR for candy brand; Crest Nicholson hires Red; Nick Darken moves into Albion Drive creative directorship; Gretchen Huestis moves from London to launch Ketchum Change in Asia; and more from PRWeek UK.
Grayling has made the internal appointments of Craig Ling and Hayley Longdin as joint heads of Grayling Midlands, with immediate effect.
Entertainment PR company Outside Organisation has made senior promotions across the business, with Chris Goodman becoming director of media and events and Nick Caley becoming head of corporate comms.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has appointed Antonia Bance as its new comms chief following last month's retirement of Nigel Stanley, who had held the role for 18 years.
Cohn & Wolfe (C&W) has appointed Weber Shandwick's Kate Joynes-Burgess as its new head of digital and integrated marketing for the UK and EMEA.