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Purpose Awards EMEA 2022: shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the Purpose Awards EMEA 2022 from Campaign, PRWeek and Third Sector has been announced.

A pink female focused ad and a blue male focused ad showing a reimagined welcome to advertising kit

Frustrated senior creatives launch anti-sexual harassment campaign

The anonymous group want to call out NDA culture within the industry.

YouGov: Research into importance for brands to minimise environmental impact (Photo: Getty Images)

Four in five Britons want brands to take ‘active’ steps towards sustainability

Majority of those surveyed said it is important to reduce plastic and use renewable energy.

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'We're still not where we need to be’: Marc Pritchard talks candidly about P&G’s DEI progress

Procter & Gamble’s chief brand officer joined VMLY&R executive creative director Walter Geer on Instagram Live Monday evening.

Dentsu International has switched to renewable sources to reduce its carbon footprint (Getty Images)

Dentsu’s global sustainability lead: ‘We have to address our role in driving consumption’

The holding group is nearly 80% towards its net zero target.

KFC crows about animal welfare record by dropping the c-bomb live on TV

It is the only business to be awarded top tier status in the World Animal Protection's Pecking Order 2021 report.

Opening your doors and minds to autistic talent

The lessons from a pioneering internship scheme that demonstrates why the industry can and should embrace neurodiversity.

Social value needs to be the foundation for all future live events

Putting our emphasis on embedding social values into client events has huge potential to determine where best to invest resources.

WPP, Publicis and Unilever back industry-wide plan to get to zero carbon by 2030

AA, ISBA and IPA-headed Ad Net Zero held its first supporters' meeting.

PureGym's ‘slavery workout’ blunder shows how brands fail to learn from past mistakes

Brands have been scrambling to find their opportunity to show they care about black lives.