Recent egregious events in Atlanta are the culmination of centuries of discrimination against Asian-Americans—brands have a responsibility to step up and take action in the same way they did around the Black Lives Matter movement.
Dark Horses' chief executive Melissa Robertson wants adland to have an open conversation about the menopause and the effect it can have on women.
The commitment is part of Unilever's new 'Positive Beauty' programme to drive inclusion and gender equality across the sector.
To mark International Women's Day, participants can receive a 20% discount to the two-day conference and workshop for today only.
Embracing neurodiversity, from ADHD to dyslexia, gives adland a creative edge.
CEO Alan Jope said commitments to address social inequality "will make Unilever a better, stronger business", and pushed for "collective action" in addressing widening social divides.
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