World Vegan Month is celebrated around the world as a time to recognise how far the vegan movement has come, reflect on our successes, and to highlight how accessible and beneficial a vegan lifestyle is. This is trending topic for November on all forms of media especially Radio and TV. Any Content related to adopt veganism, receipes and ideas or message around benefits of veganism for humans, non-human animals, and the natural environment is welcome.
St. Andrew’s Day is celebrated in Scotland on November 30. A national day set aside to honor their patron, St. Andrew. The celebration of all things Scottish, from food to dance, music, and more. It’s a great day to connect with people talk about Scotland’s traditional dishes and drinks such as haggis, a savory meat pudding, whisky sauce and much more. Connect with the audience by sharing your content around.
Anti-Bullying Week takes place in England from November 16th to the 20th. This nationwide event is organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and is intended to raise awareness of the issue of bullying among children, especially in schools. The stress and strain this can put on children and adults is difficult to handle but authors of books to help and tackle situations would make welcome guests on stations across the UK.
Established by the National Career Development Agency, every November, career development professionals are encouraged to celebrate with career related activities. We are proud to support November’s National Career Development Month looking for your message around staff support and offering them opportunities to grow. Therefore anything related to Career development within the organisation or otherwise is worth sharing this month.
National Stress Awareness Day will this year be on the 3rd November. Too much stress can have a long-lasting negative impact. A hot topic this year with the media will be ways to reduce stress. This will allow experts to discuss various ways to negate stress this could be increasing exercise by introducing walks or bike rides, planning a short getaway or even planning visits to family and friends. The awareness campaign creates a brilliant opening for on-air competitions.
Talk Money Week is an annual campaign to get the nation talking about money. Topics the media could discuss with you can focus on pocket money right through to pensions.
The busiest shopping days of the year. For those looking to treat themselves, others or start preparing for Christmas it’s the perfect time to grab a bargain. There are ample talking points that will be of interest around Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Popular topics include; the rise of scams around the platform, cyber security as online sales continue to increase, how to be sure you are getting a bargain, technology that will help secure the best deal and reduce over-spending.
Global Entrepreneurship Week (8-12 November 2021) is recognised as the biggest global celebration of entrepreneurship with 180 countries taking part annually. Schools, Universities and businesses will all be taking part in the awareness campaign. This year opens doors for those who have not let a pandemic stand in their way or those who have completely changed course to provide a product or service that has helped deal with the consequences of coronavirus.
Diabetes Awareness Month in the UK comes on the back of World Diabetes Day, which takes place annually on November 14. New technology continues to offer effective management solutions to those with diabetes, however, access to and information on new products can be limited. Interest in the platform will not stop at awareness, the media can help educate and raise awareness of new innovative products.
Bonfire Night is celebrated every year on the 5th of November. Now we can celebrate with friends and family this year will be a time to celebrate bigger than ever. Buying Fireworks from a reputable provider is paramount but the media will also be keen to speak with a spokesperson who can guide us all on how to keep our garden looking pristine as the weather turns so we can continue with the celebrations.