Published: 4 July 2014

Comms campaigns I wish I’d done

At a recent seminar we invited 12 speakers to share a comms campaign they really admire.

The presentations are below. We'd love to hear which is your favourite, and why, in the comments section under the videos.

1. Campaign: Long Live Southbank
Presenter: Adeela Warley, head of communications, Friends of the Earth

2. Campaign: Finding Mike – Rethink Mental Illness
Brie Rogers-Lowery, UK director, change.org

 3. Campaign: #Turnofftoturnon – Durex
Dan Dufour, head of brand and engagement, The Good Agency

4. Campaign: Equal marriage in the USA – US Human Rights Campaign
Farah Nazeer, director of policy and campaigns, Bond

5. Campaign: 25 years, still red hot – Virgin Atlantic
Gail Scott-Spicer, director of marketing and communications, The Scout Association

6. Campaign: No one should face cancer alone – Macmillan Cancer Support
Alex Scott, head of marketing, Anthony Nolan

7. Campaign: Don't cover it up – Refuge
Emma Guise, head of media, Macmillan Cancer Support

8. Campaign: The Bee Cause – Friends of the Earth
Jane Harris, managing director, campaigns and engagement, Leonard Cheshire Disability

9. Campaign: Movember
Matthew Sherrington, independent charity consultant

10. Campaign: Stoptober – NHS
Patrick Ladbury, communications manager, The NSMC

11. Campaign: '1984' Macintosh launch campaign – Apple
Max du Bois, executive director, Spencer du Bois

12. Campaign: Davina 'Beyond Breaking Point' – Sport Relief 2014
Tom Pey, chief executive, RLSB

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Rob Newsome, digital and social media assistant, MSF UK

Rob joined CharityComms as communications officer in June 2012, progressed to become digital content editor and moved to Medicins Sans Frontieres in June 2015. There he works on social media and web content. Before this, Rob worked as a PR and comms officer for a charity in Delhi after completing his MA in multimedia broadcast journalism.