Communicators must sever ties with Russia

Campaign Collective has welcomed moves by the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) to expel any members working with sanctioned Russian organisations. The industry association for communications firms and professionals has also urged members to consider the reputational consequences of working for companies which whilst not sanctioned, nonetheless have links with the Russian Government. In …

Communications industry urged to take positive social action

The communications and marketing world has been urged to have a positive social impact during the COVID-19 pandemic. While it’s generally business for usual for Campaign Collective, which already operates on a remote working model, Simon Francis, Founder Member of Campaign Collective and Chair of the Public Relations & Communications Association Council, said: As the …

New PR and Communications Apprenticeship ready for first starts

A new PR and communications apprenticeship, which has been in development for almost three years by a group of 23 employers, has been approved by the Government for apprentices to start on the programme. The Public Relations and Communications Assistant Apprenticeship replaces the existing PR Apprenticeship programme which was first launched in 2011. The new programme places more emphasis …