Senior officials will show staff at the House of Commons how to stand up to bullies by taking part in a role play in a film being shown to workers internally.
Unity has been announced as the winner of the best public sector campaign at last night's PRWeek Awards, for 'Scammer Nanas'.
Comms professionals need to be digitally savvy if they are to operate effectively in a time of change accelerated by technological advances, amid an onslaught of fake news that is alienating the public, according to the Government Communication Service.
Homes England unveiled its new brand today, centred around a 'making homes happen' slogan.
National treasure Stephen Fry and former BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull have become celebrity influencers in the fight against prostate cancer, according to NHS England.
A controversial decision to slash the amount spent on the Government's annual stop smoking campaign resulted in a sharp drop in awareness, health officials have admitted.
Facebook is demanding that UK political advertisers verify their identity on its platform as part of a range of transparency measures announced today.
Karen Blackett OBE, WPP UK country manager and chairwoman of MediaCom UK & Ireland, has been appointed race equality business champion by the Prime Minister as part of a Race at Work Charter launched at a roundtable hosted by WPP today.
The Department for Work and Pensions has appointed Lisa Hunter as its director of communications.
NHS Providers has appointed seasoned former BBC health correspondent Adam Brimelow as its new director of communications.
This week's headlines about the dangers of climate change have been used as a hook by the comms team at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), ahead of the first Green Great Britain Week.
Post-APPC merger reaction: 'Time for unity, wider consultation and opportunity to improve governance'
PRWeek approached APPC members on both sides of the merger debate to gather their views on what the vote means for the industry and what should happen now.
Integrated comms agency One has been accepted as a supplier on the government's digital procurement framework, run by Crown Commercial Service on behalf of the Cabinet Office.
More deliberately set outdoor fires were started overall this summer following a campaign by Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service, but there was a reduction in the county in the closing weeks, compared with the same period in 2017.
Scanning the news headlines last Monday morning, the scale of communicating the climate change challenge waltzed past my eyes.
In April 2018, the Cabinet Office launched the Rapid Response Unit (RRU). The team operates across Number 10 and the Cabinet Office, working to counter misinformation and disinformation, and reclaim a fact-based public debate.
The annual Public Sector Communications Academy, or Comms Academy, organised by LGComms and the Government Communication Service, brings together local and central government communicators to hear sessions on cutting-edge insight into modern public sector comms.
PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Elhaam Sahebdin's job as PR apprentice at the City of London?
Comms professionals should be sounding the warning bell and providing counsel on what the ethnicity pay gap consultation and its findings could mean.
PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Danielle Eddington's job as press officer at Transport for London?
When I saw those statues aboard ITV last year, I thought one thing: stunt!
Prior to the explosion of social media, deciding on an influencer to help promote a brand meant choosing between either a known celebrity or a trusted expert.
Eighty-five per cent of us now have a smartphone, which we check every 12 minutes; 50 per cent of people use the internet to attempt to self-diagnose, while 75 per cent of people seek health information online. There is clearly a rapidly increasing public desire for accessible health information.
PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Alexandra Sutherland's job as media and public affairs manager at London Air Ambulance?
For a skill we are taught from pretty much the moment we can talk, the ability to apologise continues to trouble companies as much as a four-year-old who doesn't really regret pulling their sibling's hair.
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In brief: Vuelio acquires ResponseSource, Milk & Honey bolsters leadership, account wins for PHA Group, Splendid
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Brunswick Group has appointed former George W Bush administration official Lanhee Chen as a senior counsellor.
Policy, strategy and comms specialist Public First has launched a new 'Human Capital' practice, staffed by two high profile hires from the worlds of politics and public affairs.
The Government has named the former chief executive of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Harry Rich, as its preferred candidate to be the new Registrar at the Office of the Registrar of Consultant Lobbyists (ORCL).
Portland has appointed former Downing Street senior staffer and Conservative Party operations and events manager Jonathan Stock as its head of events and marketing.
Sherinian previously worked at the U.N. Foundation and Aga Khan Development Network.
HM Land Registry has appointed Alastair Clifton as its new head of media, campaigns and planning.