Stepping away from tradition and authority showcased in military ads, Tribal Worldwide's bold and inclusive spin will resonate with a diverse audience.
More than 100 complaints received over 'Self-Esteem Project' campaign.
Unstereotype Alliance to assess race, disability and age representation in ads
It’s almost 2024. It’s time to add accessibility to the equation.
The fight for gender equality in the workplace is not a “women’s issue” and doesn’t come at the cost or displacement of other groups, says Wacl's president Nishma Patel Robb.
Over 63% of senior staff at DentsuHer are women who will represent areas including creative, media, and customer experience marketing.
Whether it's women in the workplace or minority groups lacking representation, we all have the right to ask for what we truly deserve. WPP India's Apoorva Bapna shares her thoughts on how culture is a key part of truly levelling the career field.
DoubleVerify’s global CCO: “If you run your business by looking at the stock price, you’re going to make some not very good decisions.”
DoubleVerify has been verifying data for hundreds of leading global brands for well over a decade. As an era of misinformation further beckons, their global CCO speaks exclusively to Campaign on what they're doing to overcome critical challenges.
The brand’s “free the pit” messaging is a response to the widespread lack of “armpit confidence” amongst women and girls.
That symbolism was the key to Allianz’s World Cup-tied campaign.
As experts in building brands, marketers need to play a role in getting people to believe in women's sport - not just watch it.
Samir Singh, global chief marketing officer at Unilever Personal Care, tells PRWeek how he expects the FMCG company’s sponsorship work in the sphere of women’s football to evolve.
Due to an influx of requests, we have extended the entry deadline to the end of this week to allow nominees more time for submissions.
Watch the films conceptualised by Ogilvy here.
Leaders across Taiwan, Singapore and Indonesia will come together to judge this year's entries, as well as select members of Campaign Asia-Pacific's editorial team.
Rife with female footprints but built on the illusion of female dominance? About time the industry talks about gender equality and not just PR, says Vero Philippines' operations director.
A fifth believe they are doing badly, according to research across the UK and US.
The campaign by Jung von Matt Sports looks at the roots of organised women's football and is backed by World Cup on-site activations.
From FanDuel to Budweiser, brands are drumming up excitement as the Women’s World Cup draws record ad sales in the US.
The work by Publicis Groupe agencies Saatchi & Saatchi and Starcom doesn't score goals for creativity, but adds a much-needed point towards matching the men's hype.
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