Day of action on fuel poverty announced

Following the Government’s disappointing response to the energy bills crisis gripping the country, the Warm This Winter campaign has called for a national Day of Action on fuel poverty on Saturday 3 December 2022. Groups and communities will come together and stage Warm This Winter events and actions in villages, towns and cities up and …

Public demand more support for people in fuel poverty

The overwhelming majority of the population believe the Government should do more to help people through the energy crisis, according to new polling by the End Fuel Poverty Coalition, which is co-ordinated by Campaign Collective. Over 60 charities, co-ordinated by the Warm This Winter campaign, have joined forces to write to the new Prime Minister …

New report highlights neglect of people with life-threatening autoimmune diseases

The Rare Autoimmune Rheumatic Disease Alliance (RAIRDA) has released a report highlighting ‘alarming disparities in the quality of care and treatment’ received by people living with rare autoimmune rheumatic diseases (RAIRDs). The Resetting the Balance report provides compelling evidence that late diagnosis and inadequate care of these diseases can significantly reduce a person’s life expectancy …

Launch of Liver Cancer UK as cases of the disease rise dramatically across the country

The British Liver Trust has today launched Liver Cancer UK in response to rising cases of liver cancer across the country. Liver cancer is the fastest rising cause of cancer death in the UK. Over the past decade, liver cancer incidence rates have increased by almost half (45%) in the UK and the number of …

Global awareness raising of menopause ‘brain fog’.

The International Menopause Society (IMS) has published a new White Paper and guide for women on World Menopause Day (18 October) to raise awareness of ‘brain fog’ in menopause and perimenopause. The Brain fog in menopause White Paper, published by world-leading experts in the field of menopausal health, highlights symptoms of memory and other cognitive …

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Energy prices soar as fuel poverty campaign steps up

As the fall-out continues from the Chancellor’s mini-Budget, new analysis of the impact of the Energy Price Guarantee has revealed a stark winter facing millions of people as energy prices soar. After intense pressure from campaigners (including the End Fuel Poverty Coalition which is co-ordinated by Campaign Collective), the Government has introduced the Energy Price …

Guidance launched to improve media reporting of social workers

New advice has been launched to provide more protection for social workers at risk of abuse and harassment as a result of media coverage. The guidelines for media outlets were developed after social workers approached the Social Workers Union Campaign Fund with harrowing stories about the impact of poor media reporting about the profession. The …

Week to inspire young people into engineering turns 10

November sees Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (7 to 11 November) celebrate a decade of inspiring young people into engineering careers. Since its inception in 2012, hundreds of thousands of young people have been involved in Tomorrow’s Engineers Week. Campaign Collective has been proud to provide communications support for the campaign for the past six years. This …

Success for fairer votes campaign

Delegates at UNISON’s annual conference have backed a motion to reject the First Past the Post voting system and instead adopt proportional representation (PR) for UK general elections. This was the latest in a line of successes for the Politics for the Many campaign, which is coordinated by Campaign Collective and supported by the Electoral …