The Reputation Council Report - 2017
Our twelfth sitting explores how 127 communications leaders across 22 countries are responding to an increasingly fractured communications landscape. This year's report examines issues ranging from the impact of Brexit, and tweets from @realDonaldTrump, to the rise of corporate activism, and the implications of Amazon’s Alexa giving Jeff Bezos a microphone into millions of living rooms.
Ipsos Australia commits to reconciliation with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people
Ipsos in Australia has developed and launched its own Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). A RAP is a commitment that organisations make – publicly – through the governing body Reconciliation Australia, to make a concerted effort towards reconciliation with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.
Perils of Perception – Perceptions Are Not Reality: What the World Gets Wrong
Australia the sixth most accurate country on the Ipsos “Index of Ignorance”. Ipsos’ latest “Perils of Perception” survey highlights how wrong the public across 40 countries is about key global issues and features of the population in their country.
Climate change: Australians believe extreme weather events are already more frequent
More than six in 10 Australians (62%) believe that climate change is already impacting our nation’s environment by causing more extreme droughts and extreme storm events, according to the Ipsos Climate Change Report.