ActionAid, which supports women and children in poverty, has called in five British actresses to help share the stories from four survivors of sexual violence and exploitation in Zanzibar and Bangladesh.
Video trickery makes David Beckham's tattoos appear to move in a new campaign film released by global children's charity UNICEF.
Age UK has launched its 2016 Christmas campaign, comprising two short films starring James Bolam and Miriam Margoyles.
Children's charity the NSPCC and The Sun have launched #BlockTheBullying - a joint campaign that aims to remove videos on social media that show children being physically abused and bullied.
Brexit, Blair and Balls to the fore and the cyber-mafia: Predictions for 2017 from Edelman's Crystal Ball
Rising prices and Brexit uncertainty, the political significance of 'Strictly' and the cyber-mafia were among predictions for 2017 made by an all-female panel chaired by Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark, at Edelman's Crystal Ball yesterday (1 December).
Eight finalists have been named for Creative Shootout, the competition for the PR and marcoms industry, where contestants are given just hours to devise creative ideas for mental health charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness.
Following the excesses of #BlackFriday, dozens of brands including eBay, Royal Mail, Costa, BT and many more used #GivingTuesday to show the public their caring side.
Scientists in Belgium working on Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) have created a unique mannequin challenge video to highlight the need to fund further research to improve the lives of people suffering from the terminal disease.
Café chain Pret A Manger has again taken a deliberately non-capitalist approach to its Christmas marketing campaign, which is designed to highlight its apprenticeship scheme for the homeless.
Vicky Browning will become CEO of charity leaders network ACEVO in January, after more than six years as the director of CharityComms, the body that represents PR professionals in the third sector.
The agency will lead international communications for the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang.
PR consultant Claire Barber has won her court claim against 'Angel of the North' Katie Cutler, who famously raised money for a disabled mugging victim, over unpaid fees.
Youth charity Girlguiding, which includes the Rainbows, Brownies and Guides youth groups, as well as a senior section for 14 to 25-year-olds, has launched #ForTheGirl, a campaign designed to challenge outdated misconceptions of the organisation.
Last Friday, #StopFundingHate became a trending topic in the UK after thousands on Twitter urged Daily Mail advertisers to pull their support for the paper after that day's front page portrayed three high-court judges as "enemies of the people".
Last night's PRWeek Awards featured a staggering 140 nominations, among them some inspiring campaigns from the non-profit sector.
A simple central image helped Alzheimer's Research UK cut through misunderstandings of the disease in a short film that was viewed nearly 12 million times.
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.
Future in Mind for the mental health charity Time to Change was a social marketing campaign to introduce mental health issues to 14- to 18-year-olds and their parents, as a way of destigmatising the issue.
Before you dismiss this article and its clickbait heading, ask yourself what your relationship to porn is.
The recent announcement that a further 3,000 armed police would be deployed on the streets of Britain to prepare for a "not if, but when" terror attack, should also be a call to action for crisis management experts to prepare clients for their worst possible case scenario.
A plea by cancer charities Breast Cancer Now and Prostate Cancer UK to make innovative treatments more widely available on the NHS is not a surprising headline.
They say three's a crowd and sometimes it feels like the phrase was intended for PR and comms professionals who sit in on media interviews.
When I read Saatchi & Saatchi's executive chairman Kevin Roberts' comments on diversity, I was at first shocked, then horrified, then angry and then very, very sad.
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W wins media agency Capture, TVC wins charity brief, PR support for 2016 Apprentice hopeful and more from PRWeek UK.
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David Prescott, son of former Labour Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, is to leave his post at PR agency Commucan to become Jeremy Corbyn's political advisor and speechwriter.