Mythbusting millennial communications strategies

Mythbusting millennial communications strategies

Generation Y or Z, ‘millennials’, or simply under 25s? Whatever you call them, too often it seems as though effective communication with this age group is something only to be fantasised about, but never actually achieved. This is usually down to some basic...
Why better child protection needs better communication

Why better child protection needs better communication

“Serious Case Review”, the three rather matter of fact words which follow the tragic and untimely death of a child. Since their inception as part of the Children Act 2004, following the death of Victoria Climbié, Serious Case Reviews have provoked controversy as other...
After 27 years, sorry is still the hardest word

After 27 years, sorry is still the hardest word

As the week has unfolded, journalists, commentators and families of those that have fought for justice since the tragic events of April 1989 have managed to find words to describe the indescribable. On Tuesday 26 April 2016, a fairly inconspicuous glass building in...
Breaking and entering public consciousness

Breaking and entering public consciousness

Alarms. Dogs. Lights. Nosey neighbours. PR agencies have for years suggested different ways to scare off burglars in order to drum up business for their clients in security and insurance. Now the Home Office is having a go, hoping to market to a sceptical public one...
And the fact of the matter is…

And the fact of the matter is…

Earlier this month the New York Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton, announced that his officers were going to stop people sleeping on the city’s subway system. Not rough sleeping, just sleeping – tired shift workers, exhausted parents dozing on the way home etc. It was...