Campaign Asia-Pacific and Kantar invite you to take our anonymous survey to assess the industry’s pursuit of diversity, whether intersecting with gender, age, race, physical ability, or any other factor.
The agency launches a toolkit that can be scaled across any agency or industry and calls on leaders to do their part for minority youths in Hong Kong.
TOP OF THE CHARTS: 70% of journalists in Asia identified socio-economic status and class as the most important diversity issue for news media to focus on.
CAMPAIGN LEADING CHANGE: When creating inclusion initiatives based on data, we have to consider the human experiences of those who we hope will benefit, according to Mediabrands’ global chief cultural officer Hermon Ghermay.
EXCLUSIVE RESEARCH: Our annual report, now in its fifth year, is yet another sombre snapshot of gender and racial equity in the marcomms industry amid an ongoing mental-health crisis. But some small improvements occur.
Ahead of the full unveiling of results next week at Campaign Leading Change, here’s a teaser of three key findings from our annual survey.
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