Dig for Victory; Measles is Misery; Don’t Die of Ignorance: over the past 100 years, public health campaigns have frightened, inspired and educated.
Join the Young Fabians Health, Arts & Culture and Communications Networks as we visit the Museum of Brand's exhibition 'Can marketing save lives', which showcases some of Public Health England's most powerful health marketing campaigns over the past century. The exhibition is made up of over 100 posters, TV commercials, and unique objects, and will revisit historical events such as the founding of the NHS, the first vaccination programmes and the campaign for AIDS awareness.
On the night, we'll also hear from Alex Aiken (Executive Director of Government Communications) who will examine the history of public health and safety messages, the successes of campaigns and their efforts to ‘Nudge, Shove, or Shock’ the British public.
- 6:30pm-7pm - After-hours access to the exhibition 'Can marketing save lives?'
- 7pm-8pm - Nudge, Shove or Shock talk from Alex Aiken
- 8pm-8:30pm - Q&A
- 8:30pm-9:30pm - Last chance to explore the exhibition (until 9pm)/Young Fabians drinks!
111-117 Lancaster Rd
London, England w11 1qt
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