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It’s time for young women across the world to take back their decision-making power.
How do you persuade 1.8 billion people to take one action to help protect the environment? Launch a truly global campaign.
Dance is something that enriches all our lives. This was the core message leading arts organisation South East Dance wanted to get across in a communications and fundraising campaign for their new project The Dance Space.
We all have the right to safer sexual experiences, healthier relationships and the freedom to express our sexuality. Have You Seen My Rights?
Awareness & fundraising generated by the Ice Bucket Challenge was like a 'lightning strike' for Motor Neurone Disease Association. Enter #lastsummer
From how to wash your hands correctly to where to dispose of rubbish, NHS staff are bombarded by messages, rules and advice every day.
Every year, World Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Day brings together the global MS community to share stories, raise awareness and campaign for change. Its organisers, the MS International Federation, needed a new website and a social media campaign for 2015, to inspire more people to take action.
There were two clear objectives with Diabetes Week 2012 – to raise awareness of the incredible research work funded by Diabetes UK and to raise funds to ensure more could be done.
How do you engage young people with an old age campaign? This was the question for HelpAge – an international charity that fights for better rights and care for older people across the globe.
“We want to end the housing crisis in a generation” This was the ambitious aim of National Housing Federation, the national body for housing associations.
Using rich content and social media to spread the message that the UK's young people are worth employing.
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 – wanted to make sure he did. So we created a campaign to launch on the first day of parliament that reminded politicians that green business means business.
The opportunity to create a consumer-facing campaign for both a brand and a subject (sustainability) close to our hearts was irresistible. So came ‘Create a Beautiful World’ – a line that spoke to Pukka's brand credentials as producers of beautiful tea but also its efforts to protect and nurture the natural world.
The 4 T's campaign for Diabetes UK was so simple , and yet proved so effective, becoming their most successful campaign to date. More importantly, the campaign actually changed the way GPs assess and diagnose Type 1 diabetes.
The lobbying bill (or 'gagging law') limits the activities of campaigning organisations for the year leading up to a general.
How do we get UK supermarket shoppers to care enough about a place 6,000 miles away from them that they would ask their supermarket to source a different, more responsible kind of soy?
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