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Syria Global to Local – A Refugee Crisis Like No Other

The image of a young Syrian boy washed up on a Turkish beach features on the front page of most of today’s newspapers. A refugee who died fleeing conflict in his homeland for the safety of Europe is a powerful reminder that the world we live in remains in a constant state of flux and fragility.

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A Very Public Affair

So what exactly is Public Affairs and how can it be beneficial to your business? Parliamentary Affairs, Stakeholder Management, Government Relations, Lobbying, Government Affairs, Political Consulting – Public Affairs is.

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Gorkana breakfast briefing – The Observer

Thanks to an early-morning TfL fail, I unfortunately missed the first ten minutes of the Gorkana breakfast briefing with Andrew Clark, Business Editor and Heather Stewart, Economics Editor at The.

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Is the paywall worth it?

Today sees the disappearance of The Times and The Sunday Times behind the dreaded paywall. An introductory offer of £1 per week for the first 30 days, and £2 per.

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Fleet St Foolery

Such excitement in this morning’s scanning meeting as the team pored over the papers trying to spot the April Fools stories. This year seemed to yield more stories than ever.

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The Living Proof Project – reframing the current global health conversation?

Tomorrow Bill and Melinda Gates will present their Living Proof Project in Washington D.C.  This is a new, multimedia initiative which shows the ‘living proof’ that US-funded global health funding.

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It’s a generation thing

A interesting post appeared on the BBC dot.life blog yesterday afternoon outlining the results of a recent panel discussion held by the Centre for The Study of Financial Innovation. This.

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He may be on holidays, but the PM is still in charge

I’ve been a tad stunned by the reports over the past couple of weeks regarding who is in power with the Prime Minister on holidays and as a person who.

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Mapping the spread of swine flu

The media reaction to the recent swine flu outbreak has been fascinating. It has consumed our TV screens 24/7, and we’re undoubtedly going to see a lot more coverage in.

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Looking for journalists to follow on Twitter?

Came across a site today that is really handy for following what journalists are talking about on Twitter, especially as more and more are requesting that PRs pitch stories and.

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