Our ‘Campaign of the Week’ series spotlights impactful communications campaigns from around the world that are inspiring our community. All these campaigns feature at least one of the services of Impact Relations, whether that’s Impact Consultancy, Impact Measurement, or Impact Communications. 
 

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Tourism is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the world, with over one billion tourist arrivals already registered somewhere on earth this year, and with 1.8 billion tourist arrivals projected by 2030. While tourism is a great economic booster, it can be...

Looking to create an environment that fosters creativity in tech and welcomes both females and males into the industry, Creatable and Code Like a Girl set out to make a meaningful change that would impact the way the tech industry is viewed in years to...

According to UNICEF, 95 children die of malnutrition every day in the Philippines, with one out of every three children in the country suffering from stunted growth as a result of factors including eating unhealthy foods – 59% of children between 6-23 months not having...

Everyone knows highlighter pens are a tool to mark important things, and these don’t always have to be words or written passages. German stationery magnate, STABILO International, was looking to launch a social impact campaign that would spread awareness about gender inequality by leveraging one...

Breast cancer is the most common cancer present in women worldwide and in India, it accounts for a total of 14% of all cancer cases in women. Although early detection has the potential to increase survival rates dramatically, existing cultural taboos have been cited as...

In the UK male suicide accounts for ¾ of all deaths by suicide, with 4,903 male lives lost in 2018 alone, a strong contrast from female deaths by suicide which came to 1,604 in the same year. Both men and women aged between 45 and...

Sweden is famously known for its sub-zero temperatures, attracting thousands of tourists every year to its ice hotel. However, with extreme temperatures come the considerable risk of fatal frostbites; the reason why emergency shelters have been put in place all around Stockholm and are open...