Broadcaster is marking International Day of Persons with Disabilities across its network.
Macmillan Cancer Support has appointed Claire Rowney as executive director of fundraising, marketing and communications.
Outdoor clothing business Patagonia has slammed corporate tax cuts as 'irresponsible' and pledges to put the $10m it would have saved 'back into the planet'.
Amnesty International has launched a global campaign to stop Google from releasing a censored search engine app in China.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) campaign shows Santa wandering through a war zone.
Work encourages viewers to get in touch with a mate and check on their well-being.
Global comms consultancy Ketchum has formed a pro bono partnership with CDP, the NGO formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project, to develop a strategic communications programme.
Makeup brand Rimmel and anti-bullying charity The CyberSmile Foundation have launched a three-year global campaign to combat beauty cyberbullying.
Children's charity Theirworld has launched #WriteTheWrong - a campaign to bring the plight of 260 million children who are out of school to the world's attention.
A powerful film depicting a new born baby fighting to survive in a swirling ocean and finally emerging into the light is the focus of a new awareness campaign launched today by Alzheimer's Research UK.
FCB Inferno was the big winner at the inaugural Campaigns for Good Awards, a new initiative from PRWeek, Campaign and Third Sector.
A group of WPP agencies including Burson Cohn & Wolfe and Hill+Knowlton has worked with charity Police Now on an anti-violence campaign urging people to think for 90 seconds if they feel angry.
Greenpeace UK activists dressed as bankers staged a brand-jamming protest at Barclays' Canary Wharf headquarters on Thursday morning, daubing its logo with a mock oil-leak.
Maternity leave. Paternity leave. Parental leave. They're all the same, right?
In the wake of soul-searching by leading agencies on the nature of public relations, Robert Phillips writes for PRWeek exactly six years since he quit as boss of Edelman, proclaiming 'PR is Dead'.
Imagine getting a virtual tour of a blackened lung as part of a smoking cessation campaign, being able to test cutting-edge equipment located on the other side of the world or having a politician campaign in your living room.
Amnesty International's campaign to highlight the issue of human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia reached its apogee in October following the murder of US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi (pictured), a prominent critic of the regime.
There is no doubt that mentorship can be a positive experience for both the mentee and the mentor.
It's fair to say that Sky News across all its platforms has been a friend to many PRs over the years.
Scanning the news headlines last Monday morning, the scale of communicating the climate change challenge waltzed past my eyes.
Comms professionals should be sounding the warning bell and providing counsel on what the ethnicity pay gap consultation and its findings could mean.
When I saw those statues aboard ITV last year, I thought one thing: stunt!
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?
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The Scotland Office has appointed Anna Macmillan as its new director of comms during a turbulent week for the Government.
The NHS Confederation has named Daniel Reynolds as its new director of comms, with a remit to support healthcare leaders in delivering the service's 10-year plan.
In brief: Edelman strengthens advisory team, RMS bags consumer projects, wins for The Communication Group and Lemongrass
Edelman hires associate directors, Fourth Day opens shop in Sydney, Roland Dransfield to launch Chinawhite Manchester, and more from PRWeek UK.
In brief: The Academy wins Shelter Christmas campaign, Fieldhouse expands, account wins for Rooster, Grifco and Threepipe
The Academy wins Shelter campaign, Good Broadcast hires Josh Wheeler, Clementine wins luxury wine client, and more from PRWeek UK.
MSL's Vietnam appointments, new agency for Office Outlet, vegan start-up Pure & Hearty takes on Radioactive PR, PrettyGreen's blockchain brief, and more from PRWeek UK.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has appointed Ellen Johnson as its director of communications.
PRWeek news editor Sam Burne James is to join the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) as its digital media manager.
In brief: Hudson Sandler hires Grayling veteran, Newgate recruits Blair adviser, Seven Dials enters City
Hudson Sandler hires Grayling veteran, Newgate recruits Blair adviser, Seven Dials enters City, and more from PRWeek UK.