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A new chapter for Social Sense

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To round off a busy summer, we are really pleased to say that our brand new website has gone live today!

With a much needed fresher look, the long-awaited new site will act as the main ‘hub’ for information on our main products and programmes, R U Different?, Mindful Me and CTZN with links to their individual sites.

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R U Different? wins coveted award

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Left to right: Shelley Wright (Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue), Gary Lovatt (MD of Social Sense), Jennifer Thomas-Whittington (Partnerships Manager at Social Sense)

Social Sense’s R U Different? programme won the 2016 Social Marketing Campaign of the Year Award at the UK Public Sector Communications Awards.

Held at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday, the awards brought together talented agencies, providers and government bodies to celebrate UK campaigns that have generated social impact and behaviour change in 2016.

On announcing the award, Ex-TV Presenter and host Andy Crane said:
The judges described this entry as unique and significant. This is a category demanding significant behavioural change and Social Sense were clever in their use of social media. They also provided great evidence”.

Managing Director of Social Sense, Gary Lovatt (pictured central), said the team were delighted with the recognition.

“We know this programme is delivering life changing impacts. We see it in the data, the letters from young people and now had it verified from independent evaluations.

To have your industry peers recognise our work however is a very special moment and one that will spur us on to push on in our future growth.”

 

UK Public Sector Communications Awards 2016

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The UK Public Sector Communications Awards have revealed their shortlist for this year and the Social Sense team are very proud to have made the finals with our R U Different? programme.

The prestigious awards “celebrate and reward excellent communication strategies and campaigns, teams and individuals in local and national government, emergency services and not-for-profit bodies from across the UK”.

R U Different? is up against seven other nominees in the Social Marketing Campaign of The Year category.

The ceremony takes place on 14 July at the Emirates Stadium in London and the whole team are very excited!

You can view the full shortlist here.

Anti-Bullying Campaign Takes First Prize

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Students at Ellesmere Park High School in Salford have won First Prize in our national R U Different? Enterprise Awards and received £500 of high street vouchers between them.

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24 hours left to vote and it’s really close!

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We have had an overwhelming response so far but there is still one more day to vote for your winner in the R U Different? Enterprise Awards!

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The decision is yours!

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ru-awards-twitter-2015-640x320The short listed entries for the Enterprise Awards 2015 have been revealed and we now need you to decide on the winner!

2015 video thumbnailWe have compiled a short video to remind you of the fantastic campaigns from year 9 students across the UK.

Voting will be open for a fortnight and the winners announced shortly after that.

There is £1000 worth of prizes available to the top three campaigns, so your vote really does count!

Young People Wow Us Once Again!

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The final week of term is upon us and what a fantastically successful year it has been for R U Different?

2014-15 has been the biggest year for us to date with many new schools across the UK and Denmark taking part in the programme.

After their introduction in the last academic year, our enterprise days have once again been a huge success in schools, proving young people are truly the experts in leading change!

One that particularly caught our eye came from year 9’s at Netherwood ALC in Barnsley (pictured).

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