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Charities are not above criticism so they too should be prepared Charities are not above criticism so they too should be prepared
The recent negative press directed at charities proves the sector should not think itself immune to criticism and protect itself accordingly, writes Deborah Watson of Lexia.
Extremism is at the top of all our agendas Extremism is at the top of all our agendas
David Cameron has pushed the issue of extremism on to the national social agenda, meaning PRs cannot afford to ignore it.
Flack on Friday: 50 Shades of Comms, JK Rowling, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, PRCA, and a massive hammock Flack on Friday: 50 Shades of Comms, JK Rowling, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, PRCA, and a massive hammock
In Flack this week: 50 Shades of Comms, Short shrift on JK Rowling interview, PRCA's Ingham in fine voice, Jose Mourinho's (lack of) smile, and which PR stunt can accommodate 1,000 fish in a New York park?
Chris Eubank, Special K & #Polishblood: PRWeek's top campaigns of the month Chris Eubank, Special K & #Polishblood: PRWeek's top campaigns of the month
Counting down the top five campaigns that caught our eye in August.
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PRs need to show their true worth PRs need to show their true worth
PRs risk losing their place as the true authors of brand storytelling unless they demonstrate their true worth and learn to integrate.
The flack who became a hack The flack who became a hack
The path from journalism to 'the dark side' has been well-trod by many a scribe seeking better remuneration, but what of the few brave souls who make the opposite transition? Liam Maguire tells his story.
Why employee engagement is every bit as important as customer insight' Why employee engagement is every bit as important as customer insight'
In the fight against digitisation and disruptive competition, companies are racing to reinforce that most essential of business blocks - the customer experience, writes Ian McVey of Qualtrics

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