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Misinformation: the fight of our professional lives

March 29, 2021

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Tackling misinformation and disinformation will be the fight of charity communicators' lives over the next ten years.

2020 did not go to plan

December 23, 2020

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There’s not a country, sector, organisation or individual that could claim that 2020 went according to plan. And in the PR & communications world the upheaval was felt across the board. As the PRCA Census found, a third of members have been rocked by redundancies in their organisations since the pandemic hit. Working patterns have shifted and […]

Three ways PR & comms staff can help the fight against COVID-19

March 25, 2020

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As the government's Stay Home, Save Lives message gets through and the world settles into a new normal, the PR and communications profession must start to look at the positive social impact it can have right now.

Is 2020 the year the PR profession unites on ethical conduct?

January 1, 2020

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It's time to move on from the ethical scandals of the previous years in 2020 with a renewed focus on ethics.

PR needs a renewed focus on ethics, diversity and impact

October 27, 2019

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As Chair or Vice Chair of the PRCA Council, I will propose ethics, diversity and standards are the focus of the Council's work.

One in ten firms engage in Pridewash

July 1, 2019

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Over 10% of companies delivering a Pride-themed campaign scored less than 80% for their steps to improve LGBT+ rights.

Watchout for Pridewash season

June 24, 2019

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Like polluting brands that "greenwash" their reputation by embarking on meaningless environmental corporate social responsibility, so we are starting to see Pridewash. These brands have a dodgy track record on LGBT rights, but are now celebrating Pride.

We must do more to attract the next generation of campaigners

June 18, 2019

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The headlines from the recent PRCA Census may make for grim reading for charity PRs, but the truth behind the sector lies in the detail. On the surface, the fact that only non-departmental public bodies earn less than charity PRs, makes for depressing reading. While charities rightly have to safeguard the use of money donated […]