Patron of Action on Addiction, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, visited the charity’s women’s treatment centre in Clapham, Hope House. As part of a bigger PR campaign around women and addiction, we also secured a feature in the Mail on Sunday’s You magazine – behind the scenes in recovery at the charity’s other residential centre, Clouds House.
With ‘dry January’ over Action on Addiction also issued a call for employers to be more aware of the impact of alcohol in the workplace, which was picked up by The Sun and the Mail Online.
In partnership with The Bookseller, Foyles ran two workshops about the Bookshop of the Future
HR Magazine spoke to Britain’s foremost leadership thinker, John Adair, at a lecture hosted by the Institute of Leadership & Management, where he spoke about his world-famous three-circle leadership model and its relevance today.
The London Evening Standard met the first cohort of students at AC Grayling’s New College of the Humanities, a university college in Bloomsbury, and experienced student life in lectures and one to one tutorials.
The Sixth Form Colleges’ Association published a White Paper calling for the Government to level the playing field in post-16 education.
Sister Helen Prejean, human rights activist and anti-death penalty campaigner, was joined in conversation with journalist and broadcaster Julie Etchingham for the annual Women of the Year lecture.
BBC Your Paintings lit up landmarks all over the UK, and brought hands on art to shopping centres up and down the country. Guest editor of the Your Paintings website, Philip Mould, revealed a newly attributed painting during a takeover of the @your_paintings Twitter feed.