London, 14 September
This event will explore how women are supported to succeed in Government Communications and how the challenges of achieving a positive work life balance with career aspirations are managed (or not) by communications leaders and teams.
London, 15 October
DFID's Head of Media Planning, Jeeve Gupta, will present a session on the work of DFID’s Media Planning Unit and how it helps convince the British people that aid works.
London, 26 October
The Home Office Ministerial Visits and Events team delivered nearly 200 visits for ministers last year as well as speeches, conferences and other events. Join us to learn more about the interesting and diverse work of GCS visits teams and develop your skills in how to create newsworthy and informative visits for ministers or senior leaders.
In ‘100 Years of Government Communication’, historian Alexander McKenna uncovers the story behind the headlines and charts the development of the communications function from the First World War through to the present day.
DfID ran the Soccer Aid for Unicef and UK Aid Match campaign, beating Poldark in the rating wars to demonstrate to the UK public that aid works
Tuesday 18 September 2018
On 13 September, we held our GCS Internship Closing Event, where we were able to celebrate our interns’ successes and share careers advice.
Wednesday 29 August 2018
Just over six years ago, I returned to work after a year of maternity leave with my baby boy. Like many other parents, I wanted to work but I also wanted to spend time with my son. So I started working part time and I’ve never looked back.
The Royal Navy needed to recruit high quality entrants to meet their targets. This campaign aimed to reach out to those who have historically been underrepresented in the Service. It took a long-term approach, recognising that it can take years for initial interest to develop into an application.
The aim of GREAT is to increase the levels of trade, investment, tourism, and high quality students coming to the UK, leading to a measurable economic impact of £1 billion over three to five years and the creation of over 10,000 jobs for the UK economy.