This training will tell you what you need to know about the threat of disinformation, how you can help your team to position itself strategically to be able to counter it, and the practical steps required to do this.
This GCS Comms Exchange will showcase the launch of the new apprenticeships campaign - Fire it Up. The campaign aims to help raise awareness of the huge variety of apprenticeship options available for people of all ages and backgrounds through advertising, PR, brand partnerships activity and a new website.
Visits and events are important communication tools. They enable ministers and senior leaders to meet and learn from stakeholders, to see examples of great work in local communities and in industry, to develop departmental thinking about policy and to provide a platform for communicating Government messages. Join the Home Office Ministerial Visits and Events team to learn more about this interesting and diverse work.
Applications are now open for the Impact and Inspire accelerated development programmes. Both programmes are open to GCS members. The closing date for applications is 8 May 2019.
The GCS toolkit to help public servants spot and counter disinformation launched today (10 April).
Wednesday 17 April 2019
Communications professionals from across public services celebrate the launch of the second round of GCS’s diversity and inclusion focused mutual mentoring programme.
Monday 15 April 2019
Sasha Fuller, Head of External Affairs at the Department for Work and Pensions, writes about her experiences on the Inspire programme, and why you should apply to join it.
The HMRC self-assessment campaigns help 11 million UK customers to do their tax returns on time and avoid penalties. This campaign tackled the challenge of improving on the record-breaking results of 2017 by going against industry practice and developing a brand new creative.
In October 2012 the Government set out its ambition for a truly national First World War centenary commemoration on which to build an enduring educational and cultural legacy. Creating an emotional resonance was crucial in bringing the FWW to life and making it meaningful for 21st century audiences.
The Prison Officer Recruitment campaign has been one of the most successful in recent years. By targetting men and women aged 25-35 who were looking for a career, not just a job, the campaign met the target of over 2,500 additional hires significantly ahead of schedule and under budget.