UNESCO in partnership with RNW Media Run Successful Cultural Awareness-raising Campaign by 70 Young Collaborators

In the context of protracted conflict in Yemen and in order to increase cultural heritage appreciation amongst Youth as a source of income and social cohesion, UNESCO, in partnership with RNW Media, implemented a media campaign, which included diverse educational contents using storytelling and factual data. This initiative is part of the EU-funded project Cash for Work that covers four historic cities in Yemen (Sanaa, Shibam, Zabid and Aden). The campaign included conducting a survey on youth perception of the preservation of cultural heritage, field interactive workshops, and a series…

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Smoking around your pet could kill them, warns PDSA Campaign

Smoking around your pet could kill them, warns PDSA. The charity have launched a campaign urging smokers to stop lighting up around their pets – because the toxic fumes could kill or harm them. Second-hand smoke has been long been linked to potentially fatal diseases in humans, including lung cancer and heart disease. However, our vets say the impact of passive smoking on pets is just as serious – and just as avoidable. Now, to coincide with National No Smoking Day (14 March 2018), the PDSA are urging owners to…

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Aerie Partners With the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) for Fourth Annual Campaign

Beginning with its commitment four years ago to stop retouching models, Aerie, a lifestyle brand offering intimates, apparel, activewear, and swimwear, is continuing to support the body positivity movement though its Strong. Beautiful. Me. campaign. The campaign, which supports the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), will run in stores and online from February 15 through March 19. “Aerie has been a wonderful supporter, and we are grateful to be collaborating with them again for the Strong. Beautiful. Me. campaign in honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week,” said Claire Mysko,…

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2018 Women of Tomorrow shortlist revealed

Thirty-three extraordinary women working in the communications industries have been shortlisted for the Women of Tomorrow Awards 2018, run by the IPA and Campaign. Selected from almost 200 entries, this year’s shortlist work across a variety of industry disciplines including creative, innovation, media planning, new business and strategy. As well as being passionate champions of furthering female talent within the industry, a number of the women shortlisted are also involved in commercial and charity enterprises outside of their working life. The winners will be chosen by a panel of 12…

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Celebs share family and friend images to support Barnardo’s urgent foster carer appeal

A host of celebrities are backing a Barnardo’s campaign to highlight the importance of having someone to support you in aid of the charity’s urgent campaign to find thousands of foster carers to look after the UK’s most vulnerable children. Singer Paloma Faith, former TOWIE TV star Debbie Douglas and Lydia Bright, Cold Feet actress Fay Ripley, Love Island’s Marcel Somerville, Gogglebox vicar Kate Bottley and gold medallist sprinter Jamie Baulch are using #wesupportfostering to share personal images of their families and the people who have supported them through thick…

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