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The latest government and non-profit advertising, campaign news, analysis and business insight in the associations/institutions, charity, education, healthcare, political parties and public services sectors
Latest government & non-profit news and analysis
Why Campaign is loving Kevin Doherty, client services director at Fitch.
A tightening of the various codes on gambling ads in the autumn is the most likely outcome of the wide-ranging review of gambling advertising announced on Tuesday (4 March).
Hope for Justice, the anti-slavery charity, has created a tactical campaign to highlight modern slavery to take advantage of the publicity around '12 Years a Slave' winning the Best Picture Oscar.
NSPCC, the children's charity, is contacting agencies as it seeks to build a digital roster.
Mark Craze steps down as chief executive at Havas Media Group UK, Simon Calver resigns as head of Mothercare and James Wildman joins Trinity Mirror, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR.
It is one of the most iconic advertising images of all time - and one of the most grimly compelling.
Following her controversial comments at a recent conference, the Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and Sport Helen Goodman clarifies her statements and explains the Labour Party's policy on advertising. By Kate Magee.
The Government is holding a pitch for communications planning services on the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy recruitment campaigns.
Save the Children's new TV campaign shows real footage of a woman giving birth.
It s hard to escape a feeling of d j vu about the provocative new campaign promoting awareness of pancreatic cancer or concern that shock tactics used by charities are growing counterproductive. The similarities between the ad for Pancreatic Cance...
It only appeared on a handful of sites, was backed by a minuscule budget and its imagery was faked. Yet it's fair to say that the 1979 poster for the Conservative Party declaring "Labour isn't working" was a game-changer.
The Labour Party has moved to reassure the advertising community that it is open to consultation with the industry, following provocative comments from the Shadow Culture Minister Helen Goodman last month.
Cancer Research UK is reviewing the agency arrangements for its direct giving and legacy marketing work.
The British Army has appointed Engine to help explain to the UK public how it is changing, as it prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan by the end of 2014.
The Prime Minister's Office is holding a pitch for an ad agency to work on the Government's Great initiative.
Macmillan Cancer Support is back with a new campaign reminding people that no one should face cancer alone, one year after releasing its moving "not alone" spot.
Leaders in the advertising industry have suggested that focusing on the positive impact of advertising, investing in digital and supporting SMEs could help the UK economy to recover.
Advertising Week Europe has unveiled its ad campaign for 2014, featuring Sir John Hegarty, Boris Johnson and Lord Coe.
Juliet Haygarth becomes BMB's first chief executive and Yahoo UK managing director James Wildman leaves the company amid a European restructure, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR.
Campaign loves Richard Young, magician. Here's why.
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