Standards Officer Rosemary Douce explains what IPSO’s Journalists’ Panel is and how you can apply if you are a journalist.
Teresa Parker, Head of Media Relations & Communications at Women’s Aid on reporting domestic abuse this International Women's Day
Charlotte appeared on the panel for the launch of the Royal United Services Institute think tanks latest report on the findings on the dynamics and factors contributing to the impact of reporting on terrorism.
As we ask our regulated publishers to submit their annual statements for 2020, Standards Officer Rosemary Douce explains how the process works, why it’s such an important part of our monitoring work and what has changed this year.
Read about new appointments, research into the coverage of transgender matters and the latest in our response to Covid-19
Following a recent upheld complaint against oxfordmail.co.uk, Communications & Public Affairs Officer Hanno Fenech explains how IPSO regulates reader comments online.
IPSO responds to PRP's fifth annual report on the recognition system.
Asmita Naik and Alastair Machray will join IPSO's lay-majority Complaints Committee, the body which judges complaints relating to potential breaches of the Editors’ Code and decides on sanctions.
In her first blog since taking up the role, new Head of Standards and Regulation Jane DeBois discusses the impact of IPSO’s Readers’ Advisory Panel and explains how you can get involved as we recruit new panelists.
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