Weber Shandwick has announced changes to its EMEA team, with the promotion of Joe Phelan and Greg Prager, as EMEA corporate practice chairman Jim Donaldson departs to join rival agency FleishmanHillard.
Edelman's strategy for helping a client overcome objections in order to get an oil pipeline built in Canada has been laid bare by Greenpeace, which has leaked several documents.
Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) has brought in Unity ahead of World Toilet Day on 19 November, in a campaign that asks people to consider the impact of not having a toilet.
The cancer charity Marie Curie Cancer Care has appointed Jude Bridge as its new executive director in charge of comms and public affairs.
Ogilvy PR scooped the Large Consultancy of the Year prize at the PRCA Awards last night, while William Hill and Prostate Cancer UK won Team of the Year prizes.
In partnership with men's charity The Movember Foundation, The Sun will feature naked men on page 3 every Friday in November in a new "Feel 'em Friday" campaign.
The Internet Watch Foundation has appointed Unity to handle a project encouraging young men to report child sexual abuse content online.
Waggener Edstrom has been appointed by baby charity Tommy's to conduct a UK-wide survey of midwives.
The charity behind a feminist campaign has said it may call for the T-shirts that form part of it to be withdrawn from sale, if allegations by The Mail on Sunday that they have been produced unethically are true.
Curzon PR has won the account for the Museum of the Jewish Soldier in WWII, in Latrun, Israel.
Bournemouth-based Lineup Media has been appointed to manage the PR for a global initiative, One Feeds Two, which is aimed at reshaping the food industry.
Portland Communications is handling comms around the planned flotation of a virtual mobile network operator that includes Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on its executive team.
The top creative prize at the PRWeek Awards 2014 went to Kaper for its work for Fairtrade Fortnight, which also picked up Integrated Campaign of the Year.
Whatever else you say about power generator SSE, it is a determined optimist. Its glass is resolutely 27 per cent full. But this over-the-top, logic-defying optimism has left the firm open to accusations of cynicism and greenwash.
Nikki Peters has proved herself a natural and enthusiastic networker since joining Stand Agency as its first employee in June 2012.
From virus outbreaks to crises in war zones to media training, Doctors Without Borders' comms director navigates complex terrain to ensure care for those in need.
What has always fascinated me about the comms business is that this is an industry built on intelligent debate.
The public's obsession with climate change, a common feature during much of the 1980s and 1990s, has been waning rapidly.
We're not failing to communicate climate change; we're failing to communicate what to do about it and to get people to buy into the necessary radical action.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has raised an estimated £60m for charities on both sides of the Atlantic in the two months it started spreading on social media.
This week the CIPR introduces a new package of measures helping PR women navigate maternity leave. Board member and chair of the Professional Practices Committe Sarah Hall explains why this is so important.
I can only begin to imagine how incredibly difficult and traumatic the last week must have been for the family and friends of Robin Williams who sadly died by suicide in the early hours of Tuesday UK time. Our thoughts remain with them.
Ex-european director of external communications at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Debbie Spitz, shares her tips on how to get the best from, and even enjoy, networking.
Smart Energy GB has appointed former Prime Minister's Office and Cabinet Office comms adviser, Lucy Maggs, as its new head of media.
Lansons' associate director Beth Murray has left the corporate world to head up comms at the crime prevention charity Only Connect.
Haringey Council has hired Simon Jones to lead comms as parts of the borough undergo major redevelopment.
The Church of England has hired Martha Linden as senior media officer after 16 years with the Press Association.
Comms agency Colab has hired charity specialist Claire Platt as head of engagement as the agency seeks to develop a "co-creation" model of comms.
Communications consultancy Liquid has appointed Adrian Wheeler as a non-executive director.
The Samaritans has split its top comms role and hired Sophie Borromeo as the charity prepares to develop a new six-year strategy.
Carolan Davidge has been hired by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) to a newly created director of marketing and engagement role.