Greenpeace has produced a new campaign film that celebrates electronic motor sport Formula E.
The CIPR's full-year income has remained flat despite growth in membership in 2014, dubbed a "year of modernisation" for the body.
Threepipe has been appointed by online bingo site 888ladies to launch its sponsorship of Cancer Research UK's 'Race for Life' series.
The PRCA has taken aim at the Electoral Commission and the Charity Commission in a formal submission to the Government that criticises the Lobbying Act's impact on charity campaigners in the run-up to general elections.
The winners of the PRCA DARE Awards South West and Wales have been announced, with Remarkable Group, Confused.com and Golley Slater among the victors.
The Scottish Government has begun a consultation process on proposals to introduce a Lobbying Transparency Bill.
Four Colman Getty has renewed its relationship with the reading and writing charity English PEN, continuing a decade-long partnership.
Greenpeace has stepped up its Save the Arctic campaign against Shell with a hard-hitting film depicting iconic landscape paintings burning up to reveal dystopian alternatives of the future caused by oil spills and drilling.
Salix & Co has decided to lend its expertise in health and social policy to The Brain Tumour Charity on an unpaid basis.
An image of two children that went viral on social media after the first of two devastating earthquakes hit Nepal could hinder charitable appeals, after it was misused.
Global housing charity Habitat for Humanity has appointed Dissident to develop a programme to raise awareness of housing poverty and homelessness in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.
Broadcast and digital PR firm The Relations Group has been appointed to provide UK-focused comms support for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
Notwithstanding a sudden surge in the fortunes of one of the major parties, the general election is likely to result in either a slim Parliamentary majority of the kind not seen since Sir John Major's ill-fated 1992-1997 administration nearly 20 years ago, or a minority government. This in turn presages a radical change in the tactics employed by public affairs agencies to influence the Government's legislative programme. PRWeek speaks to three public affairs professionals to get their insight on the opportunities and challenges presented by the composition of the next government.
The much-hyped, media-saturated Cannes Lions week is over for another year and it is easy to forget that, beyond the glittering yachts and the Yves St Laurent (apparently), the whole point of this 'international festival of creativity' is to be the showcase of the best campaigns from around the world.
Gabriella Isler speaks to Steve Barrett about her work for the social-good platform In/Pact
I first heard the phrase "pattern recognition" at SXSW this year. Jennifer Hyman, co-founder of Rent the Runway, was on a panel about the future of retail, and they were discussing whether the Airbnb concept would have been funded if it had been pitched by a woman.
With the Conservative election victory, a referendum on EU membership is now inevitable. The speculation over the political and economic impact will reach new peaks but, at a more practical level, what does a PR practitioner need to do now to prepare?
Fundamental change is afoot in charities' relationship with digital according to an influential study, and PRs have a role to play in helping not-for-profits navigate the turbulent times ahead.
Asylum Aid and Red Brick Road persuade the Home Office to honour Foreign Office guidelines on the UK's treatment of asylum seekers.
Little surprises me about this month's Twitter trends. Top of the list is Britain's Got Talent, shortly followed by the new Mad Max film.
I teach story seminars to creative fiction writers, screenwriters and directors. But over time, I saw many business executives sitting at my seminars.
In the run up to the election, The Equality Movement launched a digital campaign asking political parties to address gender equality as a mainstream economic issue, and here is why: fewer women will vote in this general election than men.
Check out our gallery from the PRWeek Global Awards 2015, hosted at the Park Lane Hotel.
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Media & PR Officer - Charity PRF Recruitment London (Greater)
Senior PR Account Executive / PR Account Manager Black Diamond London (Greater)
Media Officer TUC London (Central), London (Greater)
Head of Ambassador Relations UNICEF London (Greater)
Former Wonga public affairs chief Delroy Corinaldi has been appointed as strategy director for David Lammy's campaign to be elected London Mayor, PRWeek has learned.
Leonard Cheshire Disability, the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of services for disabled people, has appointed Macmillan Cancer Support head of public affairs Gus Baldwin to a new, expanded corporate affairs role.
Christie's, the fine arts auction house, has appointed Catherine Manson as global head of communications.
Westbourne Communications has hired former Labour Party Home Secretary Jacqui Smith to chair its public affairs practice.
Natasha Hill, former brand and strategic marketing director at Cancer Research UK, has been appointed director of consumer and social comms at Bottle PR.
The cancer charity Marie Curie Cancer Care has appointed Jude Bridge as its new executive director in charge of comms and public affairs.
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.