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Teach First deliver a lesson in educational inequality

Teach First does not exist to put celebrities in classrooms for the sake of a photo opportunity - it's there to highlight and tackle educational inequality.

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World Diabetes Day is child's play for Diabetes UK

The ‘4Ts' campaign is designed to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of Type 1 diabetes – a potentially fatal condition largely affecting children and young people.

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Home win?

In the UK, there are few issues guaranteed to polarise people quite as much as housing, or rather the lack of it.

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Green means business

When he came to power, David Cameron promised to create the ‘greenest government ever'. Stop Climate Chaos – a coalition of the UK's leading charities including Oxfam, Greenpeace and WWF-UK– want to make sure he does.

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World Food Day 2012

Working alongside Action Against Hunger, we helped to highlight the appeal and fight world hunger.

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Pukka starts something beautiful

We've been working with Pukka for the past six months to create a campaign identity that works in harmony with the distinctive Pukka brand.

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Business not as usual

There really has never been a more critical time to address the environmental, economic and social future of our world.

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Young at heart: creating a powerful youth engagement campaign

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Whatever happened to Benetton?

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HelpAge launches new campaign aimed at young people in Europe

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Food for thought

After years of writing about other people's food, the critics were given a taste of their own medicine

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Earth Hour 2012

The world's biggest Earth Hour to date took place this Saturday, with a record 150 countries and 6,602 towns and cities across the world taking part in the annual switch off.

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