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Realign of duty

The climax of the latest series of Line of Duty may have mixed reviews but Operation ‘Back to the Office’ puts workplace wellbeing in the interrogation room

By Claire Gillis, CEO VMLY&Rx

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What creating a campaign about Black people taught me about representation in marketing

The creative lead on the launch campaign for Black Representation in Marketing shares what the campaign taught him about representation in marketing.

By San Sharma

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Everyday actions: Putting an end to sexual harassment in adland

Will you A; be an accomplice, B; do nothing, C; Commit and take Everyday Action? Tânia Mendes invites you to dare to create positive change for yourself, your team, your business and the industry.

By Tânia Mendes

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Saatchi & Saatchi sets out to revolutionise the industry for working parents

Saatchi Family aims to support working parents and power the industry to build back better following the coronavirus crisis.

By Nicola Kemp

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Bringing hope & optimism to children during the pandemic

With 100% of the profits going to Barnardo’s, Majken Gram and Felipe Faria, creatives at Forever Beta tell the story of where the idea for a bedtime storybook came from and how they got it published.

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It’s on all of us: Four ways employers can help prevent male violence against women

Allison Gilbert, Culture & Communications Manager at RAPP UK highlights the proactive steps businesses can take to safeguard women against male violence.

By Allison Gilbert, RAPP UK

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Why brands should rethink Ramadan

From gaming, fitness, home cooking and mental health, greater understanding of Muslim audiences can give brands huge opportunities to connect.

By Nicola Kemp

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Gender inequality across international markets: The opportunity costs for business

Mélanie Chevalier, Founder & CEO of Creative Culture explores the disparity in gender equality around the world, and how brands should be careful to not fit into the one-size-fits-all trap.

By Mélanie Chevalier, Creative Culture

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How to choose impactful diversity programmes

Isabel Farchy, CEO and Founder of Creative Mentor Network on the seven questions to ask when choosing a diversity partner.

By Isabel Farchy, Creative Mentor Network

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Why marketing production is the missing piece in marketing’s sustainability push

To coincide its latest report 'Know to Grow', Tag’s CMO Helen Weisinger says brands need to recognise the positive impact marketing production can have in helping them meet ambitious sustainability goals

By Helen Weisinger, Tag

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Helping new crew members chart uncertain waters

Siobhan Brunwin, People Director at MullenLowe Group UK on the vital importance of the agency’s ongoing apprenticeship scheme and what apprentices can bring to every business.

By Siobhan Brunwin, MullenLowe Group

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Post-pandemic positivity

With restrictions beginning to ease and a return to outdoor sports and simple pleasures, we asked a selection of creative leaders where they are getting their creative inspiration from.

By Nicola Kemp

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Organised fun, asking for training & tech fails: Starting a new job in a pandemic

Having joined the agency at the end of 2020, Holly Ryan, Account Executive at Citizen Relations offers a few of her learnings about starting a new job in the midst of a global pandemic.

By Holly Ryan, Citizen Relations

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Why a group of industry changemakers has united to form The Alliance

Ally Owen, Founder of the AD-Cademy and Brixton Finishing School introduces the Alliance and invites like-minded organisations to sign up, join in and make 2021 the year of change.

By Ally Owen, Brixton Finishing School

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