#50Over50: Suzy Giles
As a consultant in ESG communications and chair of the CIPR ESG PanelSuzy Giles feels her work making the complex as accessible as possible is having a positive impact.
#50over50: Anne Gregory
Public relations is not rocket science - it's much harder than that argues Professor Anne Gregory in our #50over50 profile.
The hard easy job paradox
The role may look easy to outsiders, but communicating effectively is hard. This paradox may explain the key findings from PR Academy's report into public relations education.
Research into public relations education reveals mixed picture
A new research report published today argues that public relations is professionalising. Yet at the same time it reports on the steep decline in undergraduate public relations degree courses.
New research into the state of public relations education in the UK
If you have undertaken training, a professional qualification, or have studied public relations at degree level recently (within the past three years) we’d love to hear from you.
Why Edtech Startups Must Plan Crisis Communications
'As the [education technololgy] sector continues to expand and to touch more lives, it will need to plan responsibly for inevitable crisis. If one seeks to work with children, to profit from them, one must also act with maturity and respect' warns Michelle Levesley.
#50over50: Emma Leech
Emma Leech believes in the power of education to change lives, and has demonstrated commitment to her own professional development.
How to do PR for public relations
As a contribution to the #PRCAschools campaign, here's a crowdsourced article on careers in public relations.
Where is the next generation of talent coming from?
Robert Minton-Taylor wants public relations to be a desirable career choice for ambitious teenagers of all backgrounds.
The state of public relations education
The UK's longest-established BA Public Relations degree course is no longer recruiting.
Teaching triumphs and tribulations
Not all classroom experiments will be a success. But to encourage a learning culture, we need to embrace failure.
What’s the point of public relations?
The challenge in public relations is not describing what we do, it's working out why we do it.