Putting a spotlight on emerging talent...
Some of the biggest names in advertising are prioritising diversity and inclusion.
Rise, the event for creative women and non-binary people, will be a spark for change.
In creative departments, there is progress, but it's not fast enough.
It's time to move from talk to action when it comes to embracing neurodiversity.
Why the latest IPA data must act as a wake-up call for the industry.
Diversifying your creative department has never been easier if you access the biggest untapped pool of creative talent - women who have taken a break from the workplace.
Campaign and Creative Equals present the future creative leaders; the women defining creativity today and tomorrow.
The 'diversity' story has received bottomless column inches. So, to drive lasting change, Campaign will add companies that have successfully passed the Creative & Media Equality Standard - the kitemark for diversity and inclusion - to its School Reports for 2019.
Paul Burke's recent article about diversity underlines the danger of nostalgia, says the chief executive of Creative Equals.
Why women don't progress and BAME aren't hired in adland, by Creative Equals' founder.
When pitching is so vital to career progression, research showing that almost half of female creatives have not been on a pitch over the last year must jump-start action on inclusivity.
While young women will leave the UK's advertising and design colleges in equal numbers, about 40% of them will never make it to their first rung of the career ladder.
Ali Hanan, founder and chief executive of Creative Equals, introduces 30 female creative trailblazers on course to be the industry leaders of tomorrow.
Three steps agencies can take today to boost diversity. By Ali Hanan, the founder of Creative Equals.
After the Kevin Roberts controversy, Creative Equals founder Ali Hanan proposes six concrete ways to improve gender diversity in the ad industry.
Saatchi & Saatchi's Kevin Roberts exposed an unconscious bias with his controversial comments about gender diversity, but the debate is far from over, says the founder of Creative Equals.