Tag Archives: diversity

Equal Lens launches to give women photographers fair shot

International Women’s Day tomorrow (March 8) is cranking up the pressure on agencies, not just in terms of their own employment but also the external talent they use. Hard on the heels of Free The Bid, which has already had ...

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Nick Breen: is Naomi Osaka cartoon a one-off or indicative of a broader problem?

One of tennis star Naomi Osaka’s sponsors, Nissin, has come under fierce criticism after it released an advertisement featuring a cartoon representation of Osaka, who is ethnically half-Haitian and half-Japanese, with pale skin and wavy brown hair. The sponsor has ...

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M&C’s MacLennan tries to end Tindall diversity controversy

M&C Saatchi international boss Moray MacLennan has announced that CCO Justin Tindall (left), who famously announced that he was “bored of diversity” in a Campaign article, won’t be fired. Because he didn’t say he was “bored with diversity.” Which is ...

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M&C’s Justin Tindall takes a kicking for diversity comment

Poor Justin Tindall (left), now CCO of M&C Saatchi after a long and distinguished stint at Leo Burnett, has written what can only be described as a grovel in Campaign (hope you can read this despite the paywall) for remarking ...

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Paula Coral: what I’m going to do about it

It was an important year for the 3% Conference. Not only because of their 5th anniversary, and highest attendance ever, but also the conference’s message of inclusivity and unity felt more relevant and urgent than ever before. In the face ...

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Maybe women in adland doth protest too much

Has anything untoward happened to senior Procter & Gamble executive Roisin Donnelly? This piece in Campaign reads like an obituary. Actually she’s leaving the company after 31 years, presumably in good financial shape. The piece was accompanied by a ringing ...

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