Stripe Communications has been shortlisted for three awards in this year’s CIPR PRide Scotland Awards – Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy, Community Relations and Not-for-Profit.
The Community Relations shortlist is for Stripe’s work with the Scottish Government on the No Knives, Better Lives initiative which seeks to change the culture around violence in Scotland, preventing young people from becoming involved in violent behaviour, directly tackling knife crime and making Scotland’s streets safer.
Stripe’s Not-for-Profit shortlist is for on-going campaign work for ‘see me’ – Scotland’s national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health.
Winners will be announced at the CIPR PRide Awards at Prestonfield House Hotel, Edinburgh, on Thursday 4 November 2010.
Last year, Stripe received three gold CIPR PRide Awards including Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy, Best Use of Integrated Communications for their work on Taste of Edinburgh, and Best Campaign for £10k or Under for the Shelter ‘Hometime Scotland’ campaign.