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There’s no such thing as an apolitical campaign

March 28, 2013

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Over on the Claremont blog, I argue that there can be no such thing as an apolitical charity communications campaign. While the stated objectives of a charity communications may be seemingly non-political (such as fundraising, reputation-building, public awareness raising or driving action) for each of these four communications objectives, taking an apolitical approach is nigh […]

You can’t take politics out of charity communications

March 27, 2013

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The PRCA’s charity group recently debated the pros and cons of a ‘political’ approach to charity communications. But in the charity world, there can be no such thing as an apolitical campaign. While the stated objectives of charity communications may be seemingly non-political (such as fundraising, reputation-building, public awareness raising or driving action) for each […]

The thin line between love and hate

October 17, 2011

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The Andrew Werritty / Liam Fox affair has re-ignited the debate over the power and influence of ‘lobbyists’. But, as with so much in the world of politics and communications, the distinction between right and wrong is difficult to pin down. Malign power of men who peddle influence Screamed the Daily Mail’s Andrew Pierce in […]