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UNICEF UK mobile marketing campaign significantly increased brand awareness and support

A new study by global market research agency, Millward Brown, has shown that a mobile marketing campaign created by Ogilvy & Mather UK earlier

UNA-UK submits letters to FCO on protecting Rohingya in Burma

After recognising widespread concern among our membership about the crisis unfolding in Rakhine State, Burma, UNA-UK ran a

Other News

A few other changes are taking place: we are transferring the Carbon Conversations programme to The Surefoot Effect, a CIC who we feel are better a

New Executive Director

We are very pleased to announce that we have appointed a new executive Director – Jamie Clarke – starting at the end of January 2013.

easyJet and UNICEF celebrate over £1 million raised through passenger donations to help world's children

Today more than fifty ‘Santa Clauses’ took up poll position to unveil an exclusively branded ‘Change for Good’ plane as easyJet, the UK’s largest a

News: Fracking restart sends out the wrong signals

Commenting on Ed Davey's announcement that hydraulic fracturing can resume, Friends of the Earth Scotland campaigner Mary Church said:

Greenpeace on lifting of fracking moratorium

Greenpeace on lifting of fracking moratorium

Low emissions cuts by rich countries overshadowed Doha climate conference

The 18th annual Conference of the Parties (COP 18) took place in Doha, Qatar between 26 November and 8 December.

Low emissions cuts by rich countries overshadowed Doha climate conference

The 18th annual Conference of the Parties (COP 18) took place in Doha, Qatar between 26 November and 8 December.

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Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:
Today (Wednesday 19th September) people from all walks of life, from Inverness to Paisley to Ab
Spokes:

Being able to cycle more (9 people); feeling safer or more confident cycling (8 people); feeling...

John Ray Initiative:

Are not two sparrows sold for a penny?

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