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COVID-19 | Note on responsible reporting

  • To publishers, please remember the importance of reporting responsibly on issues of public health.

  • To members of the public, if you would like information on how to issue a complaint regarding…

Guest blog | Whistleblowing and Journalism

By Burcak Dikmen, Adviser at Protect.

Having the ability to speak up and have your workplace concerns heard in confidence is an important right regardless of your profession, but in many ways,…

THE IMPRESS PODCAST | EPISODE #8: Countering Hate Speech, with Zlatina Siderova of the European Journalism Centre

In this episode of the IMPRESS podcast, our Complaints and Investigations Manager Lexie Kirkconnell-Kawana speaks to Zlatina Siderova, Project Manager at the European Journalism Centre (EJC), about hate speech and journalism…

Jonathan Heawood to lead new Public Interest News Foundation to support independent newsmakers with grants, advice and networking

The Public Interest News Foundation (PINF) announced today that Jonathan Heawood, the founder and CEO of IMPRESS, will join as its Executive Director on a twelve-month secondment from IMPRESS.

Dame Frances…

IMPRESS steps up preparations for new Online Harms legislation; and urges government and new internet regulator ‘to work closely with regulators like IMPRESS to avoid duplication and gaps in the regulation of an increasingly converged media’

IMPRESS welcomes the Government’s first response to the Online Harms consultation that suggests it is minded to give Ofcom new powers to regulate user generated content on the internet. This…

IMPRESS and the Public Interest News Foundation welcome the Government’s response to the Cairncross Review but urge ‘deeper, faster’ support for independent publishers

28 January 2020

IMPRESS and the Public Interest News Foundation have welcomed the Government’s positive response to the Cairncross Review. However, the two organisations have urged the Government to…