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# Campaigns

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# Campaigner
'Being gay was portrayed as a scandal and shame': George Michael's journey to LGBT activist
He was outed by the press in 1998, and went on to become a major supporter of HIV campaigns
Voices
"I - and most pundits - got it wrong about Trump v Clinton"
Now that the first shock has abated, TheJournal.ie columnist Larry Donnelly ponders on a world post-Trump victory.
# kickstarter
15 chancers that want you to fund their personal projects
Cowboys. The lot of them.
# Pylons
EU report fails to find conclusive evidence linking pylons with health risks
The report states that more research is needed to enable draw any conclusion into possible health risks.
# Advertising
Staffing levels in Irish advertising industry remain at pre-recession levels
The IAPI says that staff reduction hasn’t been as bad as feared.
# attacks
Convictions for acid attacks triple in Pakistan under tough new laws
The Pakistani government brought in tough new penalties in a bid to stop the dozens of acid attacks which take place every year.
# Tourism
Tourism Ireland wins two major marketing awards
Ideas such as a social-media-led mystery holiday won the gongs for all-island tourism body.
# write for rights
Amnesty launches Christmas letter campaign
Azza Hilal Ahmad Suleiman’s story is one of 12 the human rights group wants to highlight – and get help with – before 2012 is out.
# Concern
Former RTÉ London Editor to join Concern Worldwide
O’Connell is to join the Concern Worldwide London office, working with the fundraising, marketing and policy, communications and campaigns teams on ‘special projects’.
# Innovation
Careers clinic: How some graduates use innovative 'campaigns' to land a job
Multimedia campaigns, networking events, online pitches and a ‘Hire Me’ t-shirt: David Wogan decided to treat his job search as a mass-marketing project.
Voices
Column: E-campaigning is no silver bullet but it IS helping
Johnny Chatterton of Change.org argues that ‘clicktivism’ might not cure all the world’s ills in one go but online campaigns are helping shift the balance of power.
# you asked
YOUR Fiscal Compact questions: We have the information.
We asked TheJournal.ie’s users to put forward their questions about what the Fiscal Compact actually MEANS and we would get straightforward answers. Here’s how we got on.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Your evening round-up of the day’s biggest news stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…
# US 2012
Brutal! Republican candidate Ron Paul's ad rips into rival Santorum
“One serial hypocrite exposed…now another has emerged.” Ooooh…sounds like a good movie.
# Campaigns
Out to launch: The jargon and the jibes of party campaigns
This morning, Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and Labour dusted down the soapboxes as they give green light to first day of electioneering.