Chief Executive Matt Tee reflects on visiting some of our members and why local papers are vital for our communities and our democracy.
Greenslade's blog asks where the British government’s conscience is in relation to the treatment of journalists in Saudi Arabia.
Greenslade's latest blog is on the fight back against fake news and why trust should be newspapers' unique selling point.
Please join us for the second annual IPSO lecture on Thursday 6 July from 6pm at Church House Westminster.
In the run up to the general election, Complaints Officer Madeline Palacz deals with some of the frequently asked questions around election campaign reporting.
Greenslade's latest blog looks at some of the reasons Britain has fallen to 40th place in the World Press Freedom Index compiled by Reporters Without Borders.
Director of External Affairs Niall Duffy attended an event on the impact of the reporting of suicide with more than 30 local and regional newspaper editors and explains some of the reasons the issue is taken so seriously by editors.
Due to the announcement of the general election, the IPSO lecture with John Whittingdale, which was due to take place on 18 May 2017, has been postponed. We will send out details of the rearranged time and date in the next few weeks and hope you will still be able to join us.
Director of Operations Charlotte Dewar on the changing context of Clause 14 of the Editors' Code and the evolving obligations of journalists and news organisations to protect sources.
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