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89up wins major PR contract with King's College London

89up joins a select group of PR agencies who have been awarded framework contracts in £2 million deal.

Human rights lawyers sign 89up letter published in The Observer

Over 50 of the UK's top lawyers have signed 89up's letter, calling for human rights protections to be included in any new UK-EU trade deal.

Open Rights Group award 89up PR and events contract

Open Rights Group chooses 89up for comprehensive PR, events and social media agency brief.

89up launches "bus to Brussels" to protect human rights during Brexit

89up is launching a campaign to persuade the EU to ensure any free trade deal with the UK contains guarantees that the UK remains a signatory to fundamental human rights protections. You can donate to the campaign here.

Why we must fight back against Brexecutive power

89up is crowd fundraising for a campaign, ‘They’re Your Rights: Fight for Them’ to ensure human rights are not watered down during Brexit. You can donate here. Sashy Nathan, our Director of Advocacy, explains our motivation for the campaign.

Little Atoms launches first print magazine

Little Atoms, an editorial project of 89up, has launched its first print magazine. Little Atoms is the first podcast to evolve into a magazine. Bridging the gap between a journal, annual and high-end magazine, issue one will occupy a new space in publishing.

Khadija Ismayilova released from Azerbaijan prison

Renowned reporter released ahead of 40th birthday, after 89up supported campaign

89up is impact distributor for Paul Mason's #ThisIsACoup

89up is delighted to announce a new partnership with BRITDOC to provide film impact distribution for Paul Mason and Theopi Skarlatos’s new film series #ThisIsACoup