Three Campaign panels curated in partnership with Facebook, each one bringing together strong, successful, diverse agency women from across the globe talking about the topics that matter. This is the second in our Female First Forum series...
In the fourth iteration of our LGBTQIA+ interview series, we turn our attention to Vietnam, a market that has made some policy progress in recent years, but with discrimination and stigma still common, many to continue to hide their identities.
Embracing neurodiversity, from ADHD to dyslexia, gives adland a creative edge.
We need to make long-term change, call out empty gestures and do the real work that is needed.
The outlook for 2021 is uncertain. Here is how to ensure that your business outperforms, and that your personal career path soars.
Ada Yokota has grown up frustrated by the restrictive definitions of body shapes and skin colours and believes marketers should do more to break these shackles.
In the third iteration of our LGBTQIA+ interview series, we turn our attention to Malaysia, where one individual—despite living under repressive laws—has found acceptance and is optimistic about the future of the country's community.
Covid-19 has both exacerbated the imbalance of news and undermined the legitimacy of many news organisations. In this critical environment, Campaign speaks to the BBC, Bloomberg and CNN on the measures they have in place to address balance and representation.
A collection of great APAC campaigns that have argued for inclusion, tolerance and equitable treatment.
Recent government debate about cuts to nursery funding in the UK throws a spotlight on how the phenomenon of the 'third shift' risks pushing working mothers in the ad industry to breaking point.
As the conversation around diversity has rightfully gained momentum, many organisations have tackled this in the same way we do everything — with a good scorecard. While discrimination and inequality exist in some parts of the industry and need to be addressed, diversity and inclusion is complex, nuanced and can be hard to unequivocally capture on a scorecard, says Lee Walsh, senior vice president, head of media, APAC, at global media agency Essence.
Mastercard's annual ranking of the best economies for women entrepreneurs has found that gender inequalities have been worsened due to Covid-19, with Asia-Pacific markets accounting for some of the biggest drops in progress.
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) priorities are different in different countries. We caught up with four marketing leaders from across APAC at Essence to talk about what gender equity means, why paternity leave needs to become the norm and why we’ll never stop talking about diversity.