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 …

Net zero campaign pressure grows as COP nears

Campaigns are turning the heat up on the government to take action on net zero as the clock ticks to the start of the COP26 summit in Glasgow. Campaign Collective is involved in a range of activity designed to highlight the need for action. Plans for a “Schools COP” are well underway as part of …

Tom York on a stage stood behind a podium with a microphone, delivering a briefing to an audience

Tom York partners with WorldSkills Europe for EuroSkills Graz 2021

Campaign Collective Member Tom York travelled to Austria in September to lead on the media and communications activity for EuroSkills Graz 2021 – the European Championship of Young Professionals. Organised by WorldSkills Europe, EuroSkills Graz 2021 saw more than 400 young skilled professionals from 19 countries come together to compete in 38 different skill competitions …

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 …