Social Sense’s Change UP programme has been nominated for the 2017 Social Marketing Campaign of the Year Award at the UK Public Sector Communications Awards.
“Change Up;” a pilot social norms project Commissioned by the Salford CCG ‘Joint Health and Wellbeing Innovation Fund’. aiming to promote healthy (non-violent) relationships amongst teenagers in the area. The aim of this peer to peer project was to educate young people about the true norms surrounding healthy relationships and inspire them to display and promote resilience-building values.
In 2016, Social Sense was also nominated and won the Social Marketing campaign of the year award with its RU Different? programme.
Managing Director of Social Sense, Gary Lovatt said the team were delighted with the nomination.
“We know this programme is delivering life changing impacts. We see it in the data, the feedback from young people and now had it verified from independent evaluations. We are delighted with the nomination and look forward to the awards ceremony.”
The 2017 event will take place at the prestigious Montcalm Marble Arch, London on Wednesday 6 September.