Should the future be decided by nations, or between them? Are international treaties a threat to sovereignty? Does elite moralising reflect elite behaviour? Who gets to decide our future – and do they have a right to?
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PRWeek grills creative comms figures on how they got where they are, their career highlight, solving creative writer's block, and more. Today we speak to Tom Winterton, director at Mischief.
The recent bout of panic-buying at the petrol pumps is a reminder of how important good communication is in a crisis.
Why the current dearth of talent in adland is less a crunch than it is a crisis.
PRWeek grills creative comms figures on how they got where they are, their career highlight, solving creative writer's block, and more. Today we speak to Charlotte Birks, director at Good Relations.
If the past few months have proved anything it is that the needs and motivations of patient populations are evolving at a rate of knots.
Jackie Elliot, the chairman of Cathcart Consulting and a former PRCA chair, offers the benefit of her wisdom and PR industry experience
As preparations get underway for the biggest diplomatic meeting on UK soil since World War II, corporate affairs and comms teams need to adapt their strategy to demonstrate what business is actually doing to tackle climate change.
PRWeek grills creative comms figures on how they got where they are, their career highlight, solving creative writer's block, and more. Today we speak to AxiCom UK creative director Graeme Anthony.
It doesn’t seem so long ago I was working in busy public sector press offices churning out announcements.
Do you want to unlock stronger, harder, longer-lasting ideas that prove how powerful your brand purpose really is, but fear it was only developed halfway through 2020, while considering pivots into knitting kits and shunning your Aunt Aggie who panic-bought all the loo roll?
From newsjacking James Bond to Winnie the Pooh, PRWeek rounds up its five favourite campaigns from September 2021. Vote below for your favourite – the poll closes on Friday at 5pm.
Amid ongoing uncertainty, the best way forward is to make assumptions about tomorrow based on what we know today
This plague, like the Elizabethan one, was awful for creative collaboration, but we’re back like a coiled spring
Salary inflation is a real issue for many PR employers at the moment, particularly for agencies, but will it last and what can be done?
What a ride health communicators have had: revealing scientific breakthroughs, engaging on health and social care policy, landing public health guidance, managing rocketing levels of attention on our work and our people.
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First it was non-essential shops, then restaurants, bars and sports stadiums, as nature began to heal and venues were able to reopen after the lifting of restrictions, but this autumn - to the excitement of political wonks - it will be the turn of party conferences, at least in part.
It's not often a chief executive receives positive feedback after announcing a 25 per cent cut in their company's workforce.
What do a vicar, a tapas bar in Swindon and fearsome political journalist Andrew Neil have in common?
The coronavirus has been a massive test of whether firms that talk the talk on 'purpose' can walk the walk. In general, UK supermarkets have passed with flying colours.
Dominic Cummings: the strategist who was the most successful in the 2016 campaign to leave the European Union; the person who tapped into a pulse of dissatisfaction with ‘metropolitan elites’ to help win the 2019 general election; and, of course, Boris Johnson’s chief adviser – the man the Prime Minister apparently could not afford to lose.
Insurance firm Hiscox has built an impressive brand over the past decade, which made it the insurer of choice for many small firms, including PR agencies.
In the battle of the UK corporate big beasts, one stood above all others as PRWeek's Flop of the Month.