Hong Kong-based 'art-ivist' draws on her history to drive change
INSPIRATION STATION: Independent illustrator Sravya Attaluri is finding international success by using her art to put forward positive images about mental health and feminism.
Ice-cream, activism and puns: How Ben & Jerry’s models purpose in an age of outrage
After the tumultuous events of 2020, when people are looking for brands to do good, many marketers may be turning to the example of Ben & Jerry's.
Ben & Jerry’s hits out at UK politician over migrant crossings
"People cannot be illegal", the Unilever ice-cream brand said as it called for more safe routes for refugees.
How should brands deal with employee activism outside the workplace?
At a time of polarising politics, we ask PR pros how organisations should balance employee behavior and brand values.
Making a statement: when fashion meets protest
When fashion brands co-opt protest to bridge the gap between politics and youth, it can bring people together behind a cause. But not all get it right.
China execs want their CEOs to speak out—way more than UK and US
CEOs and founders in China do not speak out enough, according to communications and marketing executives in a new survey from Weber Shandwick.
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