Reporting Responsibly on Domestic Violence: Full Discussion
What should journalists should take into account when reporting on domestic violence and abuse? Hosted by IMPRESS Board Member Emma Jones, a group of campaigners and journalists discuss a pertinent case of domestic abuse and the response by the press. They also explain how reporting of domestic violence can influence the actions of potential perpetrators and how journalists can use their reporting as a force for good, helping the victims among their readers.
Reporting Responsibly on Domestic Violence: Five Takeaways
How can journalists report on cases of domestic violence ethically and responsibly? Watch Liz Kelly, Ryan Hart, Janey Starling and Kelsi Farrington give their recommendations.
The IMPRESS Complaints Process
Board members Martin Hickman and Emma Jones, and CEO Jonathan Heawood outline the IMPRESS complaints process.
How IMPRESS was born
CEO Jonathan Heawood reveals the story behind IMPRESS, the UK's officially recognised press regulator.
[TRAILER] Trust in Journalism Conference 2018
Highlights from IMPRESS's inaugural Trust in Journalism Conference, held on 6 November 2018. Hear from some of the key speakers on the main themes discussed.
IMPRESS Standards Code: Clause by Clause
A summary of the ten clauses of the IMPRESS Standards Code, as told by our Board members.
IMPRESS WEBINAR: Diversity and racism in news and newsrooms: Where does the UK stand?
David Leigh, award-winning investigative journalist and Professor at City University. IMPRESS board member.
Kurt Barling: former BBC journalist and and Professor of Journalism at Middlesex University. Author of 'The "R" word: racism in modern society'.