Media & PR

Who is immigration policy for? (Full report)

Download this report as a PDF document. What really drives the

Who is immigration policy for? The media-politics of the hostile environment

Image: Yarl’s Wood detention centre decorated for the royal jubilee in

‘We give them the language to hide what they are doing’: a CSR insider spills the beans

[responsivevoice_button] Corporate Social Responsibility: what’s it all about? Corporate Watch spoke

Mining PR drive in Mongolia

[responsivevoice_button] Mining companies are on a charm offensive in Mongolia, attempting

‘If you don’t fight, you’ve already lost’

[responsivevoice_button] Debbie Vincent, an animal rights activist from the Stop Huntingdon

Oxfam’s PR firm helping to greenwash Sodastream

[responsivevoice_button] UPDATE 09/04/2014 – Response from Oxfam America: Oxfam claims that

Corporate Watch condemns the killing of journalist Kawa Mohammed Ahmed

[responsivevoice_button] Kawa Mohammed Ahmed was killed by a group of gunmen

G4S hires new spin-doctor

[responsivevoice_button] G4S has hired city PR firm RLM Finsbury, in a

Vince Cable: Minister for Shell

[responsivevoice_button] What job does Vince Cable want? Chancellor? Foreign Secretary? Prime

Barnardo’s recruiting new PR officer to counter bad publicity

[responsivevoice_button] It seems Barnardo’s is starting to feel the heat caused

Edelman Company Profile

No stranger to controversy, public relations giant Edelman has provided public

Government misled parliament over nuclear power

[responsivevoice_button] A new report by Unlock Democracy and The Association for

Resistance against tar sands and Keystone XL pipeline growing stronger

[responsivevoice_button] In the two weeks up to 3rd September, 1,253 people

Get out of town: Ledbury residents resist Tesco development

[responsivevoice_button] Few companies will have been celebrating the coalition’s proposed ‘reform’

Corporate engagement at Hopenhagen

[responsivevoice_button] Corporations have multiple strategies for dealing with criticism from grassroots