BLOG | Reporting of personal information of defendants in criminal cases
When the media reports personal information about you it can be embarrassing, hurtful and potentially harmful to you and your family. Our Head of Regulation Lexie Kirkconnell-Kawana reflects on where the law stands on the reporting of personal information and the rights and responsibilities of publishers and the public.
SPOTLIGHT | Dr Craig Gent, IMPRESS Code Committee Member: 'A standards code is a necessity for any professional publisher or working journalist'
Catch up with Dr Craig Gent as he shares insights on his new role as an IMPRESS Code Committee member and how IMPRESS-regulated publisher Novara Media uses the IMPRESS Standards Code to support its journalism.
Online Safety Bill: Five thoughts on its impact on journalism
In a new piece for the LSE's Media Policy Blog, Lexie Kirkconnell-Kawana, IMPRESS’s Head of Regulation, reviews the impact of the Government’s draft bill on journalism, press regulation and protection of the public from online harms.
IMPRESS Announces Partnership with the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA)
25 May 2021
CODE REVIEW 2020-22: Workshops phase
After an open call for evidence, we are now holding a series of workshops on themes like discrimination, journalism online, free speech, and others. How can press standards be improved to address new challenges? Find out more about the process >>
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IMPRESS's annual event is a platform for the discussion of shared challenges in upholding journalistic standards and producing high-quality, ethical journalism. More about the Trust in Journalism Conference.