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  • Building socioeconomic equity in the workforce

    December 7, 2021

    Is meritocracy a myth? In the UK, economic inequality is endemic, but we often make peace with that by convincing ourselves that it is okay because equality of opportunity exists. But is that really the case? To unpick this question, FleishmanHillard UK convened a lively and insightful panel with Saeed Atcha MBE DL, CEO of Youth Leads UK, Deputy Lieutenant and Former Social Mobility Commissioner; Sarah Waddington CBE, Co-founder of Socially Mobile; and Dr Louise...

  • Join FleishmanHillard TRUE Global Intelligence at PRWeek’s Measurement Conference

    November 10, 2021

    Join partner and director of FleishmanHillard TRUE Global Intelligence, Ben Levine on Monday 15th November at 2pm (GMT) for an AMEC Measurement Bootcamp at the PRWeek UK Measurement Conference. Part of AMEC's Measurement Month, this Bootcamp is an interactive workshop that takes delegates through the key steps to optimise their organisation’s public relations measurement and evaluation programs. It will give attendees the tools they need to start planning and implementing better measurement programs that demonstrate the impact of...

  • COP26 Daily Digest: Day 4

    November 3, 2021

    FleishmanHillard COP26 Daily Digest, Day 4: Wednesday 3 November 2021: Tuesday in Glasgow focused on further pledges and funding commitments to scale up green technology and make it more affordable, headlined by a new European Union Catalyst programme. In addition, more than 100 countries signed up to the voluntary Global Methane Pledge, led by the United States and EU, which will cut methane emissions by 30 percent of 2020 levels by 2030.  €1BN INNOVATION FUND...

  • Connecting to COP26 – View from Greater China

    November 3, 2021

    Our perspective on China’s climate approach from Patrick Yu, General Manager of FleishmanHillard Hong Kong | COP26 – View from China President Xi Jinping’s absence from COP26 has raised concern from other delegates and stakeholders who see China as key to stopping climate change. Xi, who has not travelled outside China since the start of the pandemic, had been expected to make a video address, but ultimately provided a written statement, emphasising three main points...

  • COP26 Daily Digest: Day 3

    November 2, 2021

    FleishmanHillard COP26 Daily Digest, Day 3: Tuesday 2 November 2021: COP26 moves to day two of the Leaders Summit, after reaction to India’s 2070 net-zero announcement dominated news and commentary overnight. Developing countries’ leaders used their platforms yesterday to advocate for significant improvement to climate finance while mobilising commitments to forest protection was also a priority.  Today’s COP26 Daily Digest also begins our ‘Connecting to COP26’ series, with perspectives from around the FleishmanHillard network. Insights...

  • COP26 Daily Digest: Day 2

    November 1, 2021

    As UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to open the COP26 Leaders Summit in Glasgow, he faces significant scepticism about the potential for a successful two weeks. The G20 meeting in Italy failed to result in agreement on a net-zero emissions target for 2050, with grim pronouncements about progress having only “inched forward”, according to Johnson.  Read on for the FleishmanHillard COP26 Daily Digest for 1 November 2021 from our COP26 Unit. Contact the FleishmanHillard...

  • Webinar — “Blah, blah, blah”: The paradox of communicating CSR

    October 19, 2021

    Join us on Tuesday 16th November, 2-3pm (GMT) for a panel discussion on the challenges of communicating corporate social responsibility (CSR), hosted by Richard Costa, Director & Head of Corporate Reporting, in conversation with: Iain Brotchie, Vice President UK External Communications at TotalEnergies  Danny Cox, Head of External Relations at Hargreaves Lansdown Jacqui Sanders, Head of Healthcare at FleishmanHillard UK  Alistair Smith, Director of Strategic Communications at EY UK & Ireland  Register to attend. The world is...

  • Previewing the Conservative Party Conference 2021

    October 3, 2021

    By Tomos Davies, director As Conservatives gather this week for their annual Conservative Party Conference 2021, the first in-person meeting since Boris Johnson’s triumphant 2019 general election victory, they do so against a turbulent and uncertain political backdrop. As Britain’s forecourts run dry, the cost of living spirals, and with warnings of a winter of discontent on the horizon, Conservatives congregating in Manchester will hope for a dash of that fabled Johnsonian tonic to banish...

  • WEBINAR: Is meritocracy a myth? The case for socioeconomic diversity in our working lives

    September 30, 2021

    Join us on Thursday 14th October at 1-2pm (BST) for a panel discussion on socioeconomic diversity and inclusion, hosted by Ben Levine, director & partner of FleishmanHillard TRUE Global Intelligence, in conversation with: Sarah Waddington CBE, Co-founder of Socially Mobile Saeed Atcha MBE DL, CEO of Youth Leads UK, Social Mobility Commissioner and Deputy Lieutenant of Greater Manchester Dr Louise Ashley, Senior Lecturer, Royal Holloway, University of London and Research Fellow, The Bridge Group Register...

  • Labour Conference 2021 Round-up: Five things we learned

    September 30, 2021

    Labour Conference 2021: Starmer slays the Corbyn dragon, but will he now resonate with the public? Four days of Labour Conference is quite enough Conference for most. However, I hugely enjoyed being back amongst party members, MPs, peers and the wider business community for the first in-person Labour Conference since 2019. It’s safe to say that Brighton 2021 was a mixed bag for the party, but there are clear signs that Labour is now once...