The evolution of public relations
Speaking at the PRCA National Conference, Richard Edelman introduced a new purpose for public relations: actions assessed by their impact on society.
How to study public relations (pandemic edition)
Many new students are starting degree courses and many candidates are embarking on professional qualifications. Here's our advice to them.
The search starts for young content creators
We're on the lookout for the UK's best PR student content creators. Who should we follow?
How to be an adult
Teela Clayton describes her journey from teaching to public relations. It's about words and stories.
#SummerPRChallenge Week Four
In the final part of our #SummerPRChallenge, we take a look at the numbers. Is public relations worth it - and are you worth your salary?
Communicating faith, the Green Pope and the ‘brand’ of the Catholic Church
Rosie Heaton summarises her undergraduate dissertation.
Summer PR Challenge: Week one
Our starting point for understanding public relations is to explore publicity.
Gender, race and foreignness
'Despite progress in representation of women in senior levels, parity remains out of reach for ethnic minority women on all levels and particularly black women.' Lucy Ndlovu summarises her study of Black African women in the UK labour market.
Empathic Technologies: Influence and Disinformation
We preview the speakers and the topics of day one of #MindThePRGap2020.
Listening to improve employee engagement
One way to maintain and improve employee engagement levels even further is to focus on listening argues Kevin Ruck.