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Christmas drink-driving campaign shuns shock tactics

Christmas drink-driving campaign shuns shock tactics

Protestors 'hack' Tube ads with anti-deportation messages

Protestors 'hack' Tube ads with anti-deportation messages

Activists claimed to have replaced 'hundreds' of Tube ads on International Migrants Day.

Twitter backs Shelter campaign with #DuvetKnowItsChristmas film

Twitter backs Shelter campaign with #DuvetKnowItsChristmas film

Video stars Rhodri Marsden, who started hashtag in 2011.

KP backs charity with Christmas jumper adorned with packs of nuts

KP backs charity with Christmas jumper adorned with packs of nuts

Festive garment can be won in a Facebook competition.

National Aids Trust combats decades of fear by changing tack

National Aids Trust combats decades of fear by changing tack

Charity wants to take more positive approach to educating people about the disease.

Teenage Cancer Trust hires Paul Brown for top marketing role

Teenage Cancer Trust hires Paul Brown for top marketing role

Brown spent 16 years at Prince's Trust.

Depaul "Depaul unheard: playlists against homelessness" by Publicis London

Depaul "Depaul unheard: playlists against homelessness" by Publicis London

, Publicis London for Depaul UK

Youth homelessness charity Depaul UK is raising awareness of young people experiencing homelessness by using Spotify playlists to tell their

Refuge's reversible Christmas poems reveal shocking reality of domestic violence

Refuge's reversible Christmas poems reveal shocking reality of domestic violence

Ads are not as they first appear

World Aids Day ad makes red ribbons dance on screen

World Aids Day ad makes red ribbons dance on screen

Interactive outdoor execution will mirror participants' gestures and dance moves as music plays.

Amnesty International campaign slams Google over censored search app

Amnesty International campaign slams Google over censored search app

Charity calls on Google to live up to its motto: 'Do the right thing.'