Member publications of IPSO are required to submit statements every year to explain their approach to editorial standards. Standards Officer, Rosemary Douce reports that the statements for 2022 have now been published.
Revised guidance on reporting of deaths and inquests is aimed at helping journalists and editors to report sensitively, as IPSO’s Standards Officer, Rosemary Douce explains.
In a guest blog for IPSO, the editorial team of IPSO member publication The Travellers' Times write of their experiences reporting on Gypsies, Roma, and Travellers.
IPSO Chief Executive Charlotte Dewar on why and how Journalism Matters and IPSO’s support for the News Media Association’s week celebrating the craft.
Communications Officer Freddie Locock-Harrison discusses the use of photography in journalism and how this interacts with the Editors' Code of Practice.
IPSO’s Standards Officer Rosemary Douce discusses IPSO’s latest information for the public on the reporting of domestic abuse and the Women’s Aid National Conference 2022.
IPSO has this week published its annual statements for the period 1 January – 31 December 2021.
Communications Officer Freddie Locock-Harrison highlights IPSO’s guidance, training and pre-publication services.
IPSO has released updated guidance for journalists and editors on how the Editors’ Code applies to information taken from social media.