Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin shares her thoughts on the recent interaction between IPSO and people with direct experience of domestic violence - and how it helped with understanding more about the challenges of reporting this sensitive topic from the perspective of survivors.
Joint Head of Complaints Holly Pick explains how the Editor’s Code applies to journalists using social media.
Standards Officer Rosemary Douce on 2018’s publisher compliance statements.
Chief Executive Matt Tee reflects on five years of IPSO - and what's next.
Head of Complaints Lauren Sloan on how IPSO regulates user generated content.
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.
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.
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.
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