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Create Not Hate: Young Londoners reveal creative work based on first-hand experiences of racism

We speak to three young Londoners about their involvement with the non-profit initiative Create Not Hate, the ideas behind their work and what creativity really means to them.

By Izzy Ashton

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Creativity is what inspires us, but it is also who we are as humans

Jose Miguel Sokoloff, Global President, MullenLowe Group Creative Council and Chief Creative Officer, MullenLowe Group UK on why supporting creative students is more important than ever.

By Jose Miguel Sokoloff, MullenLowe Group UK

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Around the world in virtual placements

In the midst of the COVID crisis School of Communication Arts graduates Ellie Daghlian and Elisa Czerwenka decided to champion a global perspective, even under lockdown, aiming to work, virtually, on every continent in 14 days.

By Izzy Ashton

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How to rediscover your creative confidence

The author Max Dickins, Co-Founder of Hoopla on how you can use the secrets of improv to get your creative swagger back.

By Max Dickins, Hoopla

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The motherhood penalty is killing women’s creative careers in the coronavirus crisis

Women’s careers are in danger of becoming collateral damage in the pandemic. Here’s what you can do about it.

By Nicola Kemp

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Learning after lockdown

A selection of some of the best industry training and mentoring schemes, as told by the people who’ve done them.

By Izzy Ashton

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Proactive allyship: Three things agencies can do today

Hannah Baker, Head of Marketing at The Marketing Store on the importance of focusing on actions, not words when it comes to committing to drive change.

By Hannah Baker, The Marketing Store

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Press Pause empowers the industry to speak up against discrimination

Havas London and Creative Equals have joined forces to share an internal agency anti-discrimination initiative to help the industry combat racism.

By Izzy Ashton

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Don’t build it back. Change it

Gareth Moss, Founder of The Blueprint on how it takes diverse and progressive leadership to change the game.

By Gareth Moss, The Blueprint

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Greater than 11% launches fundraiser to support creative and non-binary women

Crowdfunder aims to support creatives through one-off grants in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.

By Nicola Kemp

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How to overcome a creative crisis of confidence in the midst of Coronavirus

Progression, promotion, project speed and scale; in the midst of a global pandemic the familiar refrain from the creative industry is a sense of an individual lack of momentum.

By Nicola Kemp

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NABS working parents on how to support parents through the summer juggle

With summer holidays on the horizon, the NABS team share their experiences of the WFH juggle and offer their top tips for employers as to how to support staff through this challenging time.

By Nicola Kemp

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What does a woman have to do to get onto an advertising jury?

A new campaign to support the Gerety Awards shines a spotlight on the need to improve representation on award show juries.

By Nicola Kemp

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A charity walk full of steps to self-care

Karla Smith, Finance Director of Ogilvy UK and Treasurer of NABS on finding a route to self-care while raising funds for the ad industry; how you can look after yourself in these times while looking after your colleagues.

By Karla Smith, Ogilvy UK // NABS

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The next generation of creative talent: D&AD celebrates 40 years of New Blood

It is now perhaps more important than ever to support and nurture the next generation of emerging talent and offer them resources and space for both learning and development.

By Izzy Ashton

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