In the second in our series of guest blogs highlighting our new external resources for journalists, Hardeep Singh, Deputy-Director of the Network of Sikh Organisations (NSO), explains how the NSO’s media guidance can help journalists get a clearer understanding of Sikhism.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on new research which suggests that reporting on major incidents can have an impact on the mental health of journalists.
Edward Faulks QC, Lord Faulks, has been appointed as the Chairman of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), with effect from 1 January 2020, the IPSO Appointments Panel has announced.
Our response to Hacked Off's report corrects inaccuracies about IPSO’s independence, complaints process and standards monitoring and clarifies the basis for forthcoming research on changes in editorial standards in the coverage of transgender issues.
The first blog in a series highlighting external resources for journalists is from Kath Stipala, Head of Public Affairs at The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC). NAPAC is a national charity which offers support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse, including physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect.
This document sets out the regulatory action taken in relation to the complaints outlined in the "Unmasked" pamphlet, and corrects inaccuracies about IPSO’s standards investigations processes and independence.
Lorna Fraser, Executive Lead of Samaritans’ Media Advisory Service, on the challenges of reporting on online content which may inadvertently put vulnerable people at risk.
IPSO has today released new guidance to help editors and journalists report on major incidents.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on new guidance for editors and journalists and new information for the public on the reporting of major incidents.
@Angles_project 11th Oct 2019
"The interaction was a fantastic way of bringing together and we were able to have in-depth conversations about som… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…