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Rebecca tells us why she thinks PR can learn a lesson or two from toddlers. The watchword in our house at the moment is ‘why.’ My three-year-old son asks me this after pretty much every word I say to him. Why is 5.30am too early to get up? Why can’t you have Easter Eggs for breakfast? Why is it raining? Why is it bed time? Why, why, why? As amusing and occasionally frustrating as this...

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Jane Notten, one of Communications Management’s international associates and founder of Rothko Communications in South Africa, celebrates press freedom in Africa. Travelling around Africa I have learned a thing or two about how to get through immigration control with minimum fuss: Don’t say you are coming for business. This leads to inevitable delays as they question you about the nature...

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Margaret highlights the requirements for communicating research effectively. A science innovation in the headlines recently took me back to my old stomping ground of Key West, Florida. The Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (possibly the most curiously named public body anywhere!) – and the Oxford scientists they've engaged – have provoked controversy with plans to unleash genetically...

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