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BBDO NY's mannequin look-alike reinvigorates local missing child case

BBDO NY's mannequin look-alike reinvigorates local missing child case

Partnership with NYPD and retailer K-Way puts a real face in a store front

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WildAid and Grey to livestream world record ivory bonfire on Periscope and WeChat

WildAid and Grey to livestream world record ivory bonfire on Periscope and WeChat

WildAid, the wildlife conservation charity, and Grey London will tomorrow (April 30) livestream the biggest cremation of ivory in history, in an effort to put the material beyond economic use and help...

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Home Office seeks agency for £60m anti-extremism initiative

Home Office seeks agency for £60m anti-extremism initiative

The Home Office is holding a pitch to find an agency to support a programme to counter extremism.

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Save the Children hunts agency for DRTV brief

Save the Children hunts agency for DRTV brief

Save the Children, which has just launched a global campaign to help children that are discriminated against, is looking for an agency to create direct-response TV ads.

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Department of Health seeks ad agency for regulatory body

Department of Health seeks ad agency for regulatory body

The Department of Health's medicines regulator is looking for an agency as part of a push to get people to stop using fake slimming pills and counterfeit condoms.

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The buzz: Amnesty International tackles homophobia in Turkey

The buzz: Amnesty International tackles homophobia in Turkey

Amnesty International has highlighted the ongoing problem of homophobia in Turkey through an online film created by TBWA\Istanbul.

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World's talking about: The Swedish number

World's talking about: The Swedish number

After claiming to be the first country to abolish censorship 250 years ago, Sweden is now boasting that it is the first country with a phone number.

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Women's Equality Party "we think that's fair" by Cheil London

Women's Equality Party "we think that's fair" by Cheil London

The Women's Equality Party is urging Londoners to give one of their two permitted votes to the party in the mayoral elections on 5 May.

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Mencap launches hunt for first ad agency

Mencap launches hunt for first ad agency

Mencap, the learning disability charity, is reviewing for its first retained ad agency.

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TfL selects VCCP for creative account

TfL selects VCCP for creative account

Transport for London has selected VCCP to handle its creative account after an intensive nine-month pitch process.

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Asda changes its promotions after competition watchdog reviews supermarket practices

Asda changes its promotions after competition watchdog reviews supermarket practices

Asda's promotions have been singled out in a drive by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to make supermarket price promotions clearer for shoppers.

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Save the Children "every last child" by Adam & Eve/DDB

Save the Children "every last child" by Adam & Eve/DDB

Adam & Eve/DDB has created a global campaign for Save the Children that coincides with the charity's new report highlighting forgotten groups of children.

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Amnesty International highlights homophobia in Turkey with gay turtles

Amnesty International highlights homophobia in Turkey with gay turtles

Amnesty International has launched the 'Gay Turtle' campaign to highlight homophobia and transphobia in Turkey, where crime rates against the LGBT population are considerable.

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Brands should emulate Bernie Sanders' relentless discipline on messaging

Brands should emulate Bernie Sanders' relentless discipline on messaging

Bernie Sanders is the most 'on message' candidate in modern politics, writes Daniel Williams, luxury and lifestyle planner at Leo Burnett.

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Would you buy a gay turtle? Amnesty International tests Turkish homophobia

Would you buy a gay turtle? Amnesty International tests Turkish homophobia

TBWA\Istanbul sets #GayTurtle spot in pet shop

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Plan International 'make-up vlogs' become sinister paedophile scenarios

Plan International 'make-up vlogs' become sinister paedophile scenarios

Films shot in the style of YouTube makeup tutorials shockingly highlight how some girls are victims of paedophilia and child marriage in a campaign by Plan International.

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Google parent Alphabet hit by traffic costs, man boobs beat nipple ban...and more

Google parent Alphabet hit by traffic costs, man boobs beat nipple ban...and more

Welcome to Marketing's early morning roundup, a daily shot of news and a recap of the best longer reads and videos.

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Adland: speak up in the EU debate

Adland: speak up in the EU debate

Advertising needs to use its persuasive powers to engage the public in the upcoming referendum.

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Agencies vie for brief to launch new £1 coin

Agencies vie for brief to launch new £1 coin

HM Treasury and The Royal Mint are looking for an advertising agency to promote the arrival of the new £1 coin, which launches next year.

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Spike Lee directs Bernie Sanders film to rally minority vote

Spike Lee directs Bernie Sanders film to rally minority vote

Rosario Dawson, Dr. Cornel West, Susan Sarandon and Eric Garner's daughter offer emotional appeals in time for NYC primary

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