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The right to privacy and personal data applies to all, not just the Premier League

The right to privacy and personal data applies to all, not just the Premier League

Media lawyers and judges have, since the Human Rights Act came into force in 2000, grappled with numerous circumstances where the right to privacy competes with other rights, perhaps most notably the rights of the media to freedom of expression.

Interns are people too - so why can't a 'people business' like PR recognise that?

Interns are people too - so why can't a 'people business' like PR recognise that?

In the PR world we often use the phrase "we're a people business", yet, in parallel, we hear about PR companies exploiting young people with unpaid work experience and internships designed to "open doors" to a career in communications.

Cabinet Office appoints award-winning Home Office campaign specialist as new director of comms

Cabinet Office appoints award-winning Home Office campaign specialist as new director of comms

The Cabinet Office has named a Home Office veteran who has led on award-winning campaigns as its director of comms.

Future of NI public sector comms is collaborative and digital, says report

Future of NI public sector comms is collaborative and digital, says report

Public sector comms in Northern Ireland will need to adopt a collaborative approach to campaigns, working with organisations with similar objectives as teams learn to be more effective with fewer resources, according to a new report.

So, you want my job? Comms officer for the East of England Ambulance Service

So, you want my job? Comms officer for the East of England Ambulance Service

PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Adam Gretton's job as comms officer for the East of England Ambulance Service?

Are you biased against women at work? Probably, and it's usually unconscious

Are you biased against women at work? Probably, and it's usually unconscious

Look around any PR agency and the chances are you'll see more women than men because PR is an industry that is inclusive of women at every level - except the very top.

What is it like to work at...Hume Brophy?
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What is it like to work at...Hume Brophy?

Hume Brophy's culture is permeated with a 'can-do' attitude. Find out more about working there and what makes it a 'wonderful workplace'.

Pitching, planning and reflecting - why December is not dead time for PR

Pitching, planning and reflecting - why December is not dead time for PR

In a recent client meeting, it was said, "well, then we are into mid-November, and then it's Christmas, so dead time".

So, you want my job? Media & comms manager at the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (NABIS)

So, you want my job? Media & comms manager at the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (NABIS)

PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Rachel Anstee's job as media and comms manager at the National Ballistics Intelligence Service?

So, you want my job? Senior press officer, National Audit Office

So, you want my job? Senior press officer, National Audit Office

PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Stephen Luxford's job as senior Press Officer for the National Audit Office.