Guest blog | ‘Six things to know about defamation law in Scotland’

By Nik Williams, Acting Project Manager at Scottish PEN

For the first time in over two decades, Scotland is on the cusp of reforming defamation law, enabling free expression to…

Financial Consultation

IMPRESS is introducing changes to its financial arrangements. After consulting with our current regulated publishers and processing their feedback, we are now opening up the process to other…

ADVISORY NOTICE: Terrorist Attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand

Case Ref: 208/2019
Friday, 15 March 2019

Publishers are advised to take care when reporting on today’s terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand and to note the statement issued…

Reporting Responsibly on Domestic Violence

What are the main things journalists should take into account when reporting on domestic violence and abuse? This is what experts and campaigners set out to address on this IMPRESS-hosted panel. 

TRAINING April 2019 | Press for Change: The media role in tackling sexual exploitation

The media plays a significant role in the way we understand and respond to sexual violence and exploitation. Although people are not passive…

Jonathan Heawood on Press Gazette: 'We must 'move fast and fix things' to come together and save news industry'

This opinion piece was originally published on Press Gazette on 14 February 2019.

For the first time since the Leveson Inquiry, a smart and independent thinker has taken a serious…