One of Campaign Collective's Founder Members, Simon Francis, will stand to be chair of the Public Relations and Communications Association Council. He will be standing on a platform to build on the work the profession has been doing to improve ethics, diversity and standards.
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) Council has launched a new definition of the social impact of public relations and communications.
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 Read more
The Brathay Apprentice Challenge, the search for the apprentice team of the year, has been named one of the top public sector campaigns this year. The campaign has been shortlisted as “Partnership Engagement Initiative of Read more
Ian Morton, former Campaigns Manager at Universities UK (UUK), the umbrella body for the higher education sector and vice-chancellors’ membership organisation, is the latest addition to the social enterprise Campaign Collective. Campaign Collective helps charities, Read more
A new PR and Communications Apprenticeship, developed by a group of 23 ‘trailblazer’ firms, has been approved by the Government for delivery from autumn 2017. The Public Relations and Communications Assistant Apprenticeship will eventually replace the existing Read more
Latest PR & communications sector data has highlighted the differences between Campaign Collective and other agencies.
Campaign Collective has been shortlisted for the Charity Times Cross-sector Partnership of the Year Award, together with Brathay Trust and the National Apprenticeship Service, for jointly delivering the Brathay Apprentice Challenge – the nation’s search Read more
The government has announced it will suspend plans to introduce further limits on charities’ freedom of speech, known as an “anti-advocacy clause” which would have been inserted into grants from the public sector to charities. Simon Francis, Read more