Great Ormond Street Hospital has launched a virtual reality (VR) Christmas campaign that explores life on the ward for children, narrated by The Hobbit actor Martin Freeman.
WaterAid placed 800 empty water buckets by the River Thames earlier this week to represent the number of children who die every day due to a lack of clean water.
Check out PRWeek UK's favourite Christmas campaigns from 2017, and vote in the poll below for your favourite.
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Greenpeace, Shooting Star Chase and Marie Curie feature in PRWeek's analysis of the best charity and cause marketing Christmas campaigns so far this year.
The Co-op has launched its first ever Christmas campaign, which includes a 60-second film for charity set to a cover of Britpop band Blur's 1999 hit 'Tender'.
Stephen Fry pens blog and provides new intro as Alzheimer's Research UK reboots Santa Forgot Christmas film
Alzheimer's Research UK has re-launched its emotional Christmas campaign film Santa Forgot and included a new introduction and blog penned by Stephen Fry.
Barnardo's has launched the second part of its #BelieveInMe campaign, which includes a short film designed to show how children need to be loved and supported, regardless of circumstances.
Greenpeace has launched a Christmas campaign designed to take advantage of what it describes as Coca-Cola's "huge PR push" during the festive season.
Social change agency Shape History has created an emotive Christmas campaign film in aid of children's charity hospice Shooting Star Chase.
The Women's Equality Party are launching a campaign to mark Equal Pay Day today, the symbolic date whereby women effectively stop being paid a salary, relative to men.
A new study from CharityComms shows that the average gender pay gap for charity marcoms professionals has widened to 14 per cent.
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The PR industry is unique in the sense that it's the people who matter. The success of an agency or consultancy is almost 100 per cent dependent on the people within it.
Around 9,000 employers will have to report their gender pay gap by April next year, but while the Government guidelines thoroughly explain the reporting procedure, there is very little information about how to communicate your data.
A few months back I was asked to contribute to a global innovation and advisory report entitled 'Surviving Marketing Fails'.
It was 200 years ago, during the Industrial Revolution, that factory owner Robert Owen first began campaigning for improved working conditions, the lynchpin of which was the concept of the eight-hour working day.
When I started out in public relations, I felt like I'd snuck a peek 'behind the Wizard's curtain'.
When people ask me about whether I'm excited about having a baby I always respond "yes, absolutely" (well that's what they want to hear and because, of course, it is true).
There is real evidence that children are eager to consume factual, print media, so newspaper publishers should think more seriously about safeguarding their future readership.
PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Kate Bell's job as press officer at the Charity Commission for England and Wales?
Is PR a youngsters' game? It's a question that plays on my mind - especially since becoming a mum.
Ben Miller explains how soccer star Juan Mata got the ball rolling on Common Goal, and much more.
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Guto Harri is leaving his role at media giant Liberty Global, two years after the former Boris Johnson aide departed News UK.
Insurance group RSA's director of comms Alice Hunt, who reports to CEO Stephen Hester, is leaving the business as part of an internal restructure.
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Alternative press regulator Impress has appointed Jonathan Collett, a former spokesman for ex-Conservative Party leader Michael Howard, to its code committee.
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Mahoney was most recently a VP at SapientRazorfish.
Former CIPR president Sarah Pinch and public affairs leader John Lehal (both pictured below) have been appointed chair and vice chair, respectively, of PR industry diversity charity the Taylor Bennett Foundation.