Read about the latest guidance, responses and case studies
Head of Communications Vikki Julian on how IPSO’s Covid case studies can help editors and journalists understand how the Editors’ Code applies and highlight key considerations.
Fiyaz Mughal, Founder of Faith Matters and Tell MAMA, welcomes new IPSO guidance on reporting of Muslims and Islam.
The information, which is intended to support editors and journalists to comply with the Editors’ Code, explains how key clauses of the Code including Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) apply to reporting in this area. It outlines key questions for journalists to consider and includes relevant case studies.
IPSO rejects any assertion that lack of regulation is responsible for the spread of material on white supremacist internet forums. This response sets out how IPSO has handled the complaints cited in this report.
Communications & Public Affairs Officer Hanno Fenech on “editorial discretion”
IPSO welcomes new members Bodmin Voice, Newquay Voice, St Austell Voice, Truro Voice, The Sunday Independent and Cornwall Today.
Read more about our work including complaints statistics, the IPSO Mark and how we support accountable journalism.
Teresa Parker, Head of Media Relations & Communications at Women’s Aid, on her experience of working with publishers and partners to raise standards of reporting on domestic abuse.
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