World Sleep Day is an annual event organized by the World Sleep Society. The day is designed to raise awareness of sleep as a human privilege that is often compromised by the habits of modern life. The day is intended to create awareness of the importance of getting a good night's sleep. It's an opportunity to talk about sleep habits and search for ways to improve the quantity and quality of sleep. Further, the media would be keen to talk about the impact on health and productivity of inadequate sleep.
The story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist, nor to any one organization, but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights. Media would be interested in the topics for celebrating and increasing visibility of women's achievements, worldwide awareness raising via meaningful narratives, resources and activity can help combat gender bias and discrimination to accelerate gender parity, platform for collaborative purpose-driven missions and so on.
British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths - featuring fascinating, entertaining and engaging events and activities across the UK for people of all ages. British Science Week 2022 will take place 11 - 20 March 2022. Media is looking forward to talking about it, as last year the campaign was focused on innovating for the future, this year the theme is about growth. Whether you talk about exploring the plant growth in your window box or discuss the impacts of economic growth on our society or even consider your own personal growth over the last twelve months, ‘Growth’ as a theme offers a huge range of topics to delve into as part of your British Science Week 2022 activities. Feel free to discuss the ideas and we are happy to help you with Radio PR campaigns.
Every year on March 4th World Obesity Day raises awareness about the growing global obesity crisis and the health dangers of being severely overweight. encourages practical solutions to help people achieve and maintain a healthy weight, undertake proper treatment, and reverse the obesity crisis. This is a great opportunity to talk about how obesity adversely affects the quality of life. It has a long term impact on almost every aspect of life personally and professionally. Other than talking about the damaging mental and physical health conditions, the media agencies are looking for content about how obesity affects relationships and lead to low self-esteem and depression.
National Bed Month takes place each March. This year it's time to talk about good sleep as millions of people were stressed about what happened during a pandemic. As organised by the National Sleep Council, the day is intended to create awareness of the importance of getting a good night's sleep. It's an opportunity to talk about sleep habits and search for ways to improve the quantity and quality of sleep. Further, the media would be keen to talk about the impact on health and productivity of inadequate sleep.