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 …

Global education movement for change celebrates 60 years

A global education movement, responsible for bringing young people together to enact positive change in the world, celebrated its 60th anniversary this month. Campaign client United World Colleges (UWC) was founded with the sole purpose of educating young people from deliberately diverse backgrounds together to help build a more peaceful and sustainable future. The anniversary …

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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 …

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Disasters Emergency Committee launches Pakistan Floods Appeal 

As floods devastate Pakistan, the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) has launched an urgent appeal to help millions across the country who are in need of immediate help to survive.   One third of the country – an area the size of the UK – has been submerged, according to the government of Pakistan, with floods …

Charity launches new site to expose the harm of pornography

The Centre to End Sexual Exploitation (CEASE) has launched a new site to support people of all ages who have been harmed by pornography. Expose The Harm, which launched this June, is a space for people to share, safely and anonymously, about the ways pornography has harmed them. Expose the harm was announced at a …