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PR campaigns on climate anxiety in Spain and solving cold cases in Australia are among the winners of the 2022 IPRA Golden World Awards

The IPRA Golden World Awards for Excellence (GWA): the world’s most prestigious PR awards scheme, announces today a total of 91 winners for 2022. A number of entries tackled health issues including responses to covid-19, while others addressed the increased use of virtual events and meetings.

UK adds PR to list of sanctioned services to Russia

The UK government has made an explicit inclusion of public relations services to the list of sanctions against the Russian Federation. This new regulation is now in force as part of the UK Sanctions and Money Laundering Act 2018. It references Professional and Business Services and thus effectively bans UK-based PR firms, along with accountants and management consultants, from providing any professional services to Russia-based clients. The legislation applies to any prospective new clients as well as to any existing clients. This law overrides any contracts agencies may have in place with Russian clients. 

2022 IPRA Golden World Awards excel at creativity

The coronavirus pandemic and other challenges of recent years have prompted the global PR industry to dig deep into its resources of creativity.

YK Chung In Memoriam

IPRA pays its respects to Yung Kai Chung (YK) who has died at the age of 97. YK was a long-standing member of IPRA having joined in 1985.  He contributed to the first report of the growth of PR in Taiwan to the IPRA board and council meeting held in Chicago in 2000.

Message from the IPRA President: Hello from Tokyo July – August 2022

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