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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.

Let’s focus on the REAL social impact of communications

May 14, 2019

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Other professions are speaking the language of social value. And now the PR & communications industry is joining in.

Solving public relations PR problem

November 20, 2018

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The world of public relations is changing, but the industry needs to do more to understand the social impact of its work.

Integration and reputation: sector wide fundraising goals for 2018

December 18, 2017

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2017 should be seen as a turning point in the role of fundraisers in charities and not for profits. It is the year that the negative headlines of the past can be put behind the sector and a new relationship with donors can be moved forward. At the heart creating this turning point is the […]

No room for complacency in Bell Pottinger case

September 5, 2017

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In the aftermath of the Bell Pottinger case all organisations should ask who else is on their PR agency's client roster, the transparency applied to public affairs lobbying should be rolled out to all public relations activity and there should be a deeper inquiry into the ethics of the industry.

The reputation challenge at the heart of fundraising

July 5, 2017

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Almost a quarter of the public (23%) feel “emotionally blackmailed” by charities, according to new research from the Commission on the Donor Experience. No wonder then that as well as seeking to define good practice, the Commission has also put building the reputation of charities at the centre of its recommendations. The Commission was launched in […]

The end of the homogenous charity sector?

September 5, 2016

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The House of Lords Select Committee on Charities is a golden opportunity to help build a more constructive relationship between government and charities and move on from the recent turbulent times for the sector. Yet in just 33 words, I’ve managed to re-enforce one of the key issues facing charities: the idea of a homogeneous […]