Topic page for International Womens Day at Campaign UK
Campaign UK topic page, a collection of International Womens Day articles and analysis
DigitasLBi and Lister Community School have been working on an initiative to inspire girls to join the ad and tech
Brands, ad agencies and media owners need to start creating meaningful change in gender diversity instead of just talking about
Women need to step out of their comfort zones and embrace leadership roles and new challenges, according to Philippa Brown,
For International Women's Day, Campaign picks women in advertising and marketing who have inspired us the most.
Getty Images' Rebecca Swift is optimistic about how women will continue to be depicted in imagery.
Daniele Fiandaca, co-founder of Creative Social and Token Man, explains how women can get ahead by putting themselves forward.
Kate Stanners, global chairwoman and chief creative officer of Saatchi & Saatchi, talks to Campaign on International Women's Day about
Omnicom Group has announced that 48% of its UK senior management team is made up of women.
When we limit the opportunities for strong, intelligent and passionate women to lead our businesses, we are all losing out.
Ahead of International Women's Day, The Museum of Brands examines the the evolution of the female role model in advertising.
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